Description
PUBLIC FINANCE
Analyzes revenues and expenditures of local, state and national government in light of micro and macrotheory; criteria and models of government services; subsidies, etc., the principles of taxation, public borrowing and public debt management; impact of fiscal and budgetary policy on resource and income allocation, internal price and employment stability; the rate of growth and world economy. This course counts as a Group B, Social & Behavioral Sciences General Education Requirements. Three hours lecture per week. Prerequisite: ECONOMIC.121 or ECONOMIC.211 and ECONOMIC.122 or ECONOMIC.212.
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Course Attributes
Meets Social Sci Requirement
Offering
Course
ECONOMIC 326
Academic Group
College of Liberal Arts
Academic Organization
Economics
Campus
Bloomsburg Main Campus
Enrollment Requirements
Prin of Economics 1 - Economics 121 and Prin of Economics 2 - Economics 122