Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

PA 883 Politics of Poverty, Inequality, and Social Policy (**)


Surveys the political forces that shape poverty, inequality, and related public policies in the United States. Builds on foundational knowledge of the policymaking process to provide graduate students with skills to understand and negotiate social politics in the United States.

Recent Syllabus

Spring 2018


(*) = Routinely Offered

(**) = Commonly Offered (very likely to be offered in the next one to three years)