16232 Economics for Policy Analysis6cp; 2 x 2 days, 1 x 1 day, self-managed, on campus and mixed learning, block
Requisite(s): 16466 Built Environment Economics AND 16235 Urban Economics
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses. See access conditions.
This subject introduces students to the application of economic principles and frameworks in the formulation and interpretation of urban planning and policy. The importance of rigorous analysis in the context of policy formulation and interpretation is emphasised. The subject begins with an introduction to the microeconomic principles for guiding policy options. It then explores in detail specific applications from housing, infrastructure provision, and environmental valuation. The subject takes a case study approach and students apply their learning through discussion, hands-on exercise, quiz, and examination.
Spring session, City campus
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