The Salem Center sponsors courses that help students become data-literate.
Fall 2021 Courses
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Every semester, the Salem Center offers a variety of courses taught by fellows and scholars that work in the Center. Take a quick glance below to see which of the many courses are being taught this semester.
Undergrad Courses Graduate Courses
Policy Research Laboratory
The goal of the course is to train the students with the programming, applied mathematics, and economics tools needed to participate in cutting-edge policy research.Instructor: T.J. Canann
UGS 303 – Trade-Offs, Incentives/Data
This course will explore the areas of economics, data, and statistics in order to understand how to better make decisions.Instructor: Carlos Carvalho, Greg Salmieri, Steven Rashin
This course explores the development and evolution of public policy towards technology and the economic and societal themes that animate this trajectory.Instructor: Thomas W. Gilligan
Security Market Policy Course
Students will analyze and understand the underlying motivations for financial market regulation and the tradeoffs regulators face when making policy choices.Instructor: Scott Bauguess