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UW BOTHELL
INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTS & SCI - BOTHELL
LAW, ECONOMICS, AND PUBLIC POLICY

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BISLEP 301 Law, Economics, and Public Policy (5) I&S Jacoby
Examines the relationships among the fields of law, economics, politics, and public policy, with particular attention to problems of social, economic, and political change. Uses examples from various areas of public policy, including social, environmental, and education policy. Prerequisite: ECON 200 or B CUSP 200.
Instructor Course Description: Camille L Walsh

BISLEP 302 Policy Analysis (5) I&S Carlisle, Nitta
Provides an introduction to the approaches and methods used in analysis of laws and policy utilizing case studies, statistics, and demographic evidence. Draws on contribution from microeconomics, statistics, political analysis, and social demography to examine trade-offs make in public policy design and implementation as well as impacts of implemented polices.

BISLEP 397 Topics in Law, Economics, and Public Policy (5, max. 15) I&S
Examines a topic, theme, or problem at the intersection of law, economics, and public policy.
Instructor Course Description: John F Hart Karrin Klotz Stuart Alan Streichler

BISLEP 497 Advanced Topics in Law, Economics, and Public Policy (5, max. 15) I&S
Advanced study of a specific topic, theme, or problem at the intersection of law, economics, and public policy.