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ECON 0204 - Unemployment, Poverty and Income Inequality


Credits: 3
Semester: 1st and 2nd Semester
Lecture: 3
The course provides a study of the economic causes of unemployment, poverty, income inequality, and the proper economic policies which deal with them. It contains their definitions, classification, the case of minority groups, unequal opportunities; the economic and social costs of unemployment and the impact of poverty and income inequality; the measurement, determinants, combating of inequality; and the goals of equality, alleviating poverty, and full employment without accelerating inflation. Required for Social Work Majors.



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