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ECO 310. Economics of Immigration. 3 Hours.

The study the recent patterns of migration to Europe from Middle Eastern and North African countries. Economic theory and tools will be used to assess the economic, demographic, fiscal and labor market effects immigrants and refugees are having on the receiving countries. Theory and evidence on immigrants' and refugees' economic and social adaptation to their host countries will be analyzed. Successful completion of this course satisfies the Cultures & Peoples requirement for graduation. Writing intensive.