HIST124 - ECON HIST,1600-PRESENT

Description: 
Economic affairs dominate much of our daily lives and an appreciation of how our economic world evolved is essential for an intelligent understanding of today’s society. This course will survey the world’s economic history from 1600 to the present. It will consider the evolution of government policies, the growth of trade, business and industry, the economic inter-relationship between regions, governments and business, and, of course, their effect on ordinary people’s economic lives.
Instructors: 
DREW, JERRY
Day and Time: 
TR 0900AM-1030AM
Room: 

COLLEGE HALL 314

Activity: 
LEC
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