Basic economic analysis of human capital and the value of human time, with applications to the economics of education and health; theory and analysis of consumer investment in human and physical capital over the life cycle; the returns to education and health, and their effects on growth; the theory of nonmarket time; public finance of education and health; and implications for the analysis of the distribution of income. See Course in Course Explorer
Credit Information: Same as ECON 545.
Prerequisite: A course in microeconomic theory and a course in statistics, or consent of instructor.
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