Instructor: Asya Passinsky. This course meets MW 5:20 – 6:35 p.m. via remote only instruction.
This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to the study of philosophy, politics, and economics. Based on ideas and conceptual tools from political economy, political philosophy, game theory, public choice theory, and social choice theory, the course will cover theoretical and applied topics including property rights, markets, distributive justice, equality, liberty and paternalism, and voting behavior.
Recommended prerequisite: 1 ECON course.
All seats reserved for declared PPE minors. To officially declare the PPE minor, please make an appointment with your academic advisor, or stop by drop in hours (more info here).