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Paul J. Hill School of Business BU 340 (001): Government Finance (Fall 2011)
 

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Paul J. Hill School of Business
BU 340 (001): Government Finance (Fall 2011)
Course Outline
Class Time: Tuesday and Thursdays 17:30 18:45 (ED 623)
Instructor: Professor Peter W. Moroz
Rm: ED: 541
Phone: 585-6295
Email: peter.moroz@uregina.ca
Course Objective and Content
The course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles and activities of
government finance. Key objectives of this course are to provide both theoretical and
applied tools for better understanding the role of government in a mixed economy with
emphasis given to its impact upon small business and industry. The course will cover the
micro-economic concepts that underlie government finance together with a practical
focus on prominent and contemporary Canadian government finance issues. Topics will
include the role of government in a mixed economy; the concept of efficient markets and
the need for and impact of government intervention in the economy; government
spending and budgeting, with a particular focus on Canadian economic
development/innovation and other important income/social programs; cost-benefit

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics