Health Economics I (MECS-551-1)
1.00 Credit
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This course will expose students to both seminal and cutting edge research in health economics. The pedagogy includes lecture, student presentations of research papers, and original student projects. Prerequisites: ECON 410-1, ECON 410-2, ECON 410-3 (Microeconomics); ECON 480-1, ECON 480-2, ECON 480-3 (Introduction to Econometrics); MECS 551-1 is required before enrolling in MECS 551-2.


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Academic Year Term   Session Course ID Title Sec ID   Credits Syl Instructor Times Campus Location Mand 1st Exam
2020-2021 Fall 2020 10 Weeks MECS-551-1 Health Economics I 21 1 Dranove, David Tue/Thu 12:05 PM - 1:25 PM Evanston N/A (Room TBA) N