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<span id="_ctl16__ctl0_head_title">Ryerson: The Chang School: Course: CECN 640</span>

CECN 640 The Economics of Immigration


Certificate and Degree Credit
Arts Program Area


Prerequisite(s): (ECN 101 or CECN 104) and (ECN 201 or CECN 204) or Direct Entry
Duration: 39 Hours
Fee: $611.02* (Payment in full is required at time of enrolment.)


This course applies economic principles to immigration. Students will examine issues such as discrimination, humanitarian concerns, the impact on the wages and employment prospects of native-born persons, social assistance programs, and contributions to the financing of such programs. The course will develop an understanding of the role of economics in providing theoretical predictions and empirical evidence that is relevant to the issues. Students will be equipped to discuss emerging new issues in this area.

Fall 2017
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There are no classes/sections scheduled for this course in Fall 2017
Winter 2018
Enrolment for Winter 2018 is currently open; see Important Dates for specific enrolment periods. See Enrolment for instructions on enrolling online, by mail, or in person. Undergraduate Students: Please enrol using RAMSS for courses applicable to your degree program.
Classroom Delivery Option
Thursday6:30 P.M. - 9:30 P.M.18 Jan 2018 - 19 Apr 2018
Spring/Summer 2018
This term is not yet open for enrolment via the Shopping Cart. Priority enrolment for certificate students for this term begins on February 12, 2018. Regular enrolment begins on February 26, 2018.
There are no classes/sections scheduled for this course in Spring/Summer 2018.

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