What do you know about multinational corporations? Are you afraid of the gains China is making? Should you be? Are you interested in learning how different economic systems evolve? How do people’s lives differ in different economies?  For the answers to these and other questions enroll in:

Econ 110

Course Number 71556

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:30-1:50 p.m. in room MD 303.  It is where the fun never stops!

3 hours lecture (3)

Transferability: CSU; UC

A study of various types of economic institutions and decision-making systems. Emphasis is given to the theories of capitalism, Marxian economics, and the various types of social market economies. The theories will be applied to the study of several countries, including the former Soviet Union, Japan, China, Mexico, and a Western European country, as they compare to the United States.


For more information contact:

Teresa Laughlin

(760) 744-1150 x2851