INEQUALITIES AND LOW-WAGE WORK

ECON 337S

This course introduces students to several, different economic theories and viewpoints regarding social inequality, class, and socio-economic status in the United States. Current debates are discussed, such as the possible raising of the minimum wage. Students also gain first-hand knowledge concerning the livelihood strategies of low-wage workers in Durham, through students participation in a service-learning project in the community. Instructor: Miller

Day / Time: 

WF 10:05 AM-11:20 AM

Location: 

Bio Sci 063

Instructor: 

Miller, Genna

Section: 

01