Economics Class Schedule

ECON 126 - 01 Why Economies Succeed or Fail: Lessons from Western and Japanese History

2017 Fall Quarter

Class Details
Career
Undergraduate
Grading
Student Option
Class Number
21494
Type
Lecture
Credits
5 units
General Education
Available Seats
103
Enrollment Capacity
150
Enrolled
47

Description
Examines the emergence of capitalism and the world's first industrial revolution in Britain, continental Europe industrialization, Soviet economic growth and collapse, and the Japanese economic miracle. Asks about the historical sources of long-run economic development, stagnation, and decline. Draws lessons for current debates over free market versus more interventionist policies, economic reform in the former Communist nations, and economic rivalry between the U.S. and Japan.

Enrollment Requirements
Prerequisite(s): courses 1 and 2. Related coursework in history also helpful. Enrollment restricted to juniors and seniors.

Class Notes
Enroll in lecture and associated discussion section

Meeting Information
Days & Times
Room
Instructor
Meeting Dates
MWF 09:20AM - 10:25AM
J Bask Aud 101
09/28/2017 - 12/08/2017

Associated Discussion Sections or Labs
Sec
Type
Class #
Days
Time
Instructor
Location
Enrolled
Enrollment Capacity
01A
Discussion
21495
M
02:40PM-03:45PM
Staff
Engineer 2 194
27
30
01B
Discussion
21496
M
04:00PM-05:05PM
Staff
Engineer 2 194
2
30
01C
Discussion
21497
Tu
05:20PM-06:25PM
Staff
Engineer 2 194
9
30
01D
Discussion
21498
Tu
06:40PM-07:45PM
Staff
Engineer 2 194
3
30
01E
Discussion
21499
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
6
30
01F
Discussion
21500
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
0
30