Economics 3820 Economics of Aging Society (Fall 2019)

This course examines the microeconomics of individual choices with respect to aging in the macroeconomic and public fiscal dimensions of an aging society. It deals with these matters in the context of economic conditions and policy in Canada.

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List of Reserve Material: 

Clark, R. L., & Spengler, J. (1980). "Chapter 5", In The economics of individual and population aging. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp.67-84

Benjamin, D. (2002). "Chapter 4", In Labour market economics: theory, evidence, and policy in Canada. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson. pp. 107-139

Benjamin, D. (2002). "Chapter 9", In Labour market economics: theory, evidence, and policy in Canada. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson. pp.243-279

Eaton, B. C. (2009). "Chapter 5". In Microeconomics. theory with applications. Toronto: Pearson Prentice Hall. pp.158-185