ECO321H1: Canadian Economic History prior to 1850

Hours

24L/12T

This course applies the tools of economics - theoretical and empirical - to study Canada's historical growth experiences. Topics include: the variation in well-being among Indigenous peoples (both pre and post contact), migration and indentured servitude, colonial money, child labour and education, and the rise of factories. The impact of colonial institutions on Canada’s economic success is studied in a comparative context.

Prerequisite
Exclusion
ECO322Y5, ECO323Y5
Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Society and its Institutions (3)