The Economics Department

Wed

Sep 28

Public - Jonathan Meer


  3:30 - 5:00 pm • BRB 1.118
Fri

Sep 30

Macroeconomics - Christian Moser


  3:30 - 5:00 pm • BRB 2.136
Fri

Sep 30

Theory - Amanda Friedenberg


  3:30 - 5:00 pm • BRB 1.118
Fri

Sep 30

Practice Job Talk - Frank Martin-Buck, Public


  11:00 - 12:00 pm • BRB 1.118
Mon

Oct 3

Practice Job Talk - Qian Feng, Econometrics


  3:30 - 5:00 pm • BRB 1.118

About the Department

The Economics Department is the largest department within the College of Liberal Arts with over 2,300 undergraduate majors. The department offers about 50 sections of undergraduate courses each semester, covering both economic theory and a rich variety of topics. The undergraduate program in Economics trains students to think objectively and independently about a wide range of economic issues and problems, giving them insights that will serve them as individuals and citizens. The undergraduate program emphasizes the application of mathematics as well as the development of writing skills. The undergraduate program prepares students for professional careers in industry, finance, government, law and teaching.

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Our Ph.D. program in Economics focuses on training students for academic careers. Our program builds from a core of economic theory and statistical methods to applications of in a wide range of fields. We maintain an active set of research seminars which, building upon coursework, bring Ph.D. students to the frontier of the discipline.