Ph.D. Discipline: Economics

In the economics track, students learn to apply economic analysis techniques to problems in fields such as health, public finance, human resources, and international economics. Students are trained in the theory and application of microeconomics and econometrics, and in mathematical techniques to perform economic analysis. Students take courses such as benefit-cost evaluation, managerial economics, and forecasting to strengthen their analytic abilities and deepen their understanding of a wide range of policy areas.

Tim Gindling is the primary adviser.


ECON 601 Microeconomic Analysis
ECON 602 Macroeconomic Analysis
ECON 611 Advanced Econometric Analysis I
ECON 612 Advanced Econometric Analysis II