Determinants of U.S. Food Policy

Course Details

Course Number
NUTR 303
Associated Faculty

Course Description

Focuses on government food-related programs from an economic and political perspective. Reviews the evolution of a range of policies and programs, analyzing their effects on the U.S. economy and on household consumption and the farm economy, as well as on food consumption at the national, household, and individual level. Existing policies and programs are related to the political and economic environment and to changing food consumption patterns in American society. Food assistance programs (e.g., Food Stamps), nutrition programs, food supply and agricultural price policies, and consumer protection and information are considered. Enrollment limited to 48 students.

Class meets in Jaharis 118 except on October 4 when class will meet at Sackler, Room 507.



NUTR 0203 or equivalent, and NUTR 207/NUTR 0307 or equivalent, and NUTR 238: Economics of Food Policy Analysis or instructor consent.

Terms Offered

Semester/Term SIS Number Meeting Time Location Instructors
Fall 2018 81410 Tuesday, Thursday 8:45am - 10:15am Jaharis 118 Parke Wilde
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