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University of British Columbia
ECON 351:Women in the Economy


Economic analysis of markets and policies particularly affecting women. Selected topics drawn from economic discrimination; educational, occupational, and work choices; pay and employment equity; allocation of work time and consumption within the household and in the market; economics of marriage and fertility; poverty; taxation; income security and pension policies; and historical perspectives.

ECON 335: Fertility, Families and Human Migration


Traditional fertility and mortality patterns, demographic transition, catastrophes, well-being and nutrition, international and internal migration, epidemics and growth spurts.

Lactation Open Educational Resources 


Open educational resources developed to provide foundational knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of lactation, prenatal anticipatory guidance, cesarean section in hospital, effective breastfeeding, and midwifery clinic visit with low milk supply.