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PUBPOL 687

PUBPOL 687: Negotiations

Deirdre Golden
Tuesday
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Fall 2020
2:30-5:20 pm EST

This course examines negotiation and social influence strategies for policy makers in the public, non-profit, and for-profit sectors.

PUBPOL 541

PUBPOL 541: International Trade Policy

Alan Deardorff
Tuesday, Thursday
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Fall 2020
8:30-9:50 am EST

This course deals with the economics of international trade policy, most obviously tariffs on imports but also a variety of non-tariff barriers and other policies that impact international trade.  The topic has increased in importance under Presid

PUBPOL 750.008

PUBPOL 750.008: Topics: FinTech Entrepreneurship

Adrienne Harris
Wednesday
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Fall 2020
4:00-5:20 pm EST

Total global fintech investment increased from $50.8 billion in 2017 to a full $111.8 billion in 2018, according to KPMG?s The Pulse of Fintech, and there are no signs that growth in this sector will slow down.

PUBPOL 201

PUBPOL 201: Systematic Thinking: Problems of the Day

Paula Lantz
Monday, Wednesday
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Fall 2020
11:30 am-12:50 pm EST

This course provides an introduction to public policy design and analysis using "systematic thinking" from the social sciences and humanities, with the application of scientific methods and knowledge more generally.

PUBPOL 744

PUBPOL 744: Economics of the Public Sector

Betsey Stevenson
Tuesday, Thursday
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Fall 2020
10:00-11:20 am EST

This is a course on how economists think about government revenue and government expenditures ? how governments raise and spend public money. Public Finance is a subfield of microeconomics.

PUBPOL 571

PUBPOL 571: Econometrics

Jonathan Hanson
Monday, Wednesday
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Fall 2020
10:00-11:20 am EST

Students will understand how to design, execute, and interpret the results from advanced estimation techniques beyond the standard OLS model.

PUBPOL 577

PUBPOL 577: R for Public Policy

Alton Worthington
Monday, Wednesday
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Fall 2020
1:00-2:20 pm EST

This course is an introduction to programming in the R statistical language. R is a flexible, open-source statistics platform which has gained broad adoption in a variety of fields.