2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin

ECO 231 Global Economic Development and Crime

3 hours 

This course discusses the means and obstacles to attaining healthy, sustainable economic development in the globalized economy with particular attention to the role of crime. General topics include economic theory, sustainability, investment, environment, education, poverty, inequality, gender relationships, labor conditions, agriculture, urbanization and migration, and international trade. Examples of related crime topics include child labor, sweatshop labor, environmental crime, illegal economic activity, corruption, smuggling and money laundering.




ENG 101, and ECO 101 or ECO 120 or ECO 125