About ECON 2755 OL1

All economic activity takes place within a framework of institutions (such as laws, and social norms) that constrain individual behavior and thereby affect resource allocation, income distribution, and economic growth. Emphasizes the effects of transaction costs on simple and complex transactions, the principal-agent problem, and the collective action problem, among other topics. Prerequisites: ECON 1400, ECON 1450.


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