Examines the economic factors shaping innovation and technical change since the industrial revolution with emphasis on the economic relationship between science and technology and the role of government in technical change. 3 undergraduate hours
Prerequisites (Must be complete BEFORE taking this course):
ECON 102 (Microeconomic Principles) or equivalent
ECON 302 (Intermediate Microeconomic Theory) or consent of instructor
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Econ of Innovation and Tech Eva Chalioti Past Syllabus
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