Instructor: Shareen Hertel
Graduate courses act as Honors credit, as long as you earn a grade of B- or higher.
This graduate seminar will explore the conceptual bases, measurement, and policy applications of economic rights, drawing on a range of literature across disciplines and grounded in empirical methods spanning qualitative and quantitative approaches. Organized around a series of classic and contemporary scholarly readings spanning multiple disciplines along with contemporary policy documents, the course engages grad students in developing a semester-long independent research paper which is in turn presented during a final in-class conference.
Contact Prof. Hertel for permission to enroll in this course.