History and Human Capital





Explores a range of subjects concerning human capital, historically, theoretically, and comparatively. Topics include human capital and economic growth, population and fertility, health and public interventions, education and training, economic inequality, gender and the family, slavery and race, and intergenerational mobility, all within the broad context of economic history. A research paper or significant proposal and a final exam are required. 


Additional Information:
Faculty: Lawrence Katz
Semester: Full Spring Term
Time: Monday/Wednesday, 10:30 - 11:45 am
ECON 2330