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Collection Guidelines: Economics: Departmental Focus

Economics collecting guidelines

More About the Economics Department

As of Autumn 2012 the Economics Department had:

  • 595 Undergraduate majors
  • 195 Graduate students

Affliated research centers include the Economic Policy Research Center and the Research Center for International Economics. Additional information on the department can be found on the departmental fact sheet produced by the College of Arts & Sciences.

Photo: Detail from Smith Hall

Programs & Degrees

The Department of Economics offers BA, BS, MS, and PhD degrees. As noted on their website, "...faculty strengths include econometrics, finance, macroeconomics, international economics, industrial organization, environmental economics, development economics, and microeconomic theory."