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AREC471 - Society and Well-Being

Economic, political, historical, and legal perspectives on how and why governments promote well-being in areas such as food safety, nutritional policy, consumer protection, recreation, and the workplace. Topics include the historical development of wellness-related policies, how these decisions are made in society, and economic and moral justifications for such interventions. Prerequisites: One of the following: AREC 200, ECON 281, AREC 365, ECON 365, or consent of the instructor. Credit will only be given for one of AREC 471 or 671.

Winter Term 2021

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Winter Term 2021 - LEC B1 (90304)

TR 15:30:00 - 16:50:00 (GSB 559)
Instructor: egoddard@ualberta.ca

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