WGST 3317 Women and the Contemporary Economy

3 hours; 3 credits

History of the socioeconomic position of women; evidence on the changing economic position of women in the post-civil rights era; assessments of the welfare-to-work transition; political economy of marriage and childbearing decisions. (This course is the same as Economics 3154.)

Prerequisite: Women's and Gender Studies 1001 [12].


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