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|Meet Day||T||4:00 PM - 7:00 PM||HLS|
This seminar will explore an assortment of issues, ranging from environmental regulation (including climate change) to financial regulation to public health, at the intersection of theory and practice. Among other things, the seminar will discuss the role of cost-benefit analysis, legal limits on regulation, and both standard and behavioral economics.
Also offered by the Law School as 2623 and the Economics Department as Ec 2510. Open to undergraduates by permission of the instructor.