ECO433H5 • Gender and Family Economics

In this course, students will examine gender and the family within modern economics. Topics include: gender wage differentials in labour markets; labour force participation; marriage markets; intimate partner violence; fertility and the demand for children; divorce; and the life cycle of the family. Concepts are applied to current topics within the development and labour literatures. 

(ECO200Y5 or ECO204Y5 or ECO206Y5) and (ECO202Y5 or ECO208Y5 or ECO209Y5) and [ECO220Y5 or ECO227Y5 or 1.0 credit from (STA256H5 or STA258H5 or STA260H5)]
Social Science
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