This course will engage you with the founding ideas of economics and their relevance to the social usefulness of modern economic science. You will participate in active reflection and debate about the discipline’s objectives and approaches as they have developed through history and as they relate to other social science and business disciplines. You will learn how modern-day problems are addressed in different subfields of modern economics, how these endeavours relate to the historical development of economics, and where the frontiers of economics as a discipline presently lie.
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