Business Economics Concentration

Building on Micro and EGB, students selecting the Business Economics develop an intellectual framework to understand how the competitive landscape is shaped by consumer preferences, technological and social change, public policy, and geo-political considerations.

The concentration requirements are listed here.

Contact faculty: Pricila Maziero
 

Testimonial by Amy Dong (class of 2020)

"Business economics courses gave me a place for creative thought, open-ended discussions, and multidisciplinary conversations not only about economic policies but also the human interactions and behaviors that make our economy so complex. I found some of my greatest professors, mentors, and now friends in this department, and as a testament to how much it shaped my views, I will be working in economic development full time following my Fulbright grant in Taiwan."