ECON 464 Economics of Immigration

Usually offered

Spring
Fall

Level

Undergraduate

Prerequisite(s)

A major in Economics (ECONBA) or Business Economics (BNECBSBA);ECON 300 or ECON 361

Analysis of key issues in the economics of immigration.  Specific topics include the determinants of migration, migrant self-selection, and the effects of immigration on wages and prices in both the host and the home country.

Special course fee required:  Students will be assessed a $20 per unit fee when registering for this course for Winter or any Summer Session.

Details

Grading

ABCDE

Units

3