Spring 2023 Reports (Marshall, IL.)
SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENTIntroduction to the economic problems of wage earners in modern society. Labor markets; labor history; labor organizations; collective bargaining; and public policy toward labor. Econ 351 is predominately a microeconomics applications course with a unit on labor and the macroeconomy. This is a flipped course. Experiential learning activities will take us outside of the classroom; you will be participating in career readiness activities including an academic conference, working on a Marshall Sustainable Cities project, resume writing, and mock interviews.