Department of Economics

Professor: Butcher (Chair), Coile, Joyce, Levine, Lindauer, Matthaei, McEwan, Sichel, Skeath
Associate Professor: Hilt, McKnight, Rothschild, Velenchik, Weerapana
Assistant Professor: Abeberese, Danaher, Fetter, Keskin, Neumuller, Park, Shastry, Shurchkov
Visiting Lecturer: Han

Economics is the study of the universal problems of scarcity, choice, and human behavior. It contains elements of formal theory, history, philosophy, and mathematics. Unlike business administration, which deals with specific procedures by which business enterprises are managed, economics examines a broad range of institutions and focuses on their interactions within a structured analytical framework. The complete survey of economics consists of both ECON 101 and ECON 102. Any student who plans to take economics after ECON 101 and ECON 102 should consult a department advisor.

 

 

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