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POLISCI 243A: Inequality

What is economic inequality? What forms does it take? How do we measure it? What are its political, social, and economic causes and consequences? Why are some people and some societies more or less concerned about inequality? What normative frameworks help us think about when and why inequality is good or bad? This seminar course will engage these questions though hands-on data laboratory work in which students are taught to use data along with normative and positive theories to answer these questions. POLSCI 1 and a statistics course are recommended prerequisites.
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