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2800: Hist American Econ Dev

Same as ECON 2800. Prerequisites: ECON 1000 or ECON 1001 or consent of instructor. Uses economic concepts to explain historical developments in the American economy, beginning with the hunter gatherers who crossed the Bering land bridge around 12,000 BC. Main topics include the Native American economies, European exploration and conquest, the colonial economies, indentured servitude, the American Revolution, the US Constitution, westward expansion, transportation, the Industrial Revolution, state banking and free banking, slavery, the Civil War, post-bellum agriculture, the rise of big business and antitrust, banking panics, the Federal Reserve Act, the First and Second World Wars, the New Deal, and the growth of government in postwar economy.
  • Credits:
    104769

Section 001

  • CRN
    12266
  • Class Begins:
    8/23/2021
  • Class Ends:
    12/18/2021
  • Schedule:
    12:30PM - 01:45PM
  • Room:
    Social Science Business -00205
  • Instructor:
    David Rose