Constitutional Political Economy

Also Known As

ECN
105
Course Section Number
GIS
105

Description

(Also ECN 105) In this course we study the American political and economic systems; we explore their interdependence and investigate the nature of their integration. Since the United States Constitution is the single common unifying legal force in the American Society, we study the structure of the Constitution first. Then, we focus on the commercial and economic provisions of the Constitution. Next, we investigate the relationship between economics and politics and finally we discuss the social philosophies of the main political groups that compete for political power in America today.

Division

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Subject

Government and International Studies

Academic Level

Undergraduate

Credits

1.00 c.u.

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