ECON-675 Gender Perspectives on Economic Analysis: MacRoeconomics(3) Course Level: Graduate
Gender Perspectives on Economic Analysis: Macroeconomics (3) This course explores the gender dimensions of Economic life drawn from a rich body of studies and research on gender-aware analyses in macroeconomics, public finance, and international trade and finance. Using analytical models, empirical studies, case histories and ethnographic research, it examines feminist theories of economic growth, gender-aware macroeconomic models, gender and recession/crisis; gender analysis of fiscal policy and the practice of gender budgets; gender, trade, and investment; gender and credit markets; and gender-aware macroeconomic, trade, and investment policies. Usually Offered: alternate springs (odd years). Prerequisite: ECON-600 or ECON-803, and ECON-601 or ECON-802; or ECON-603.