Economics is the study of how best to satisfy the wants and desires of all people given the limited resources available to us on this Earth. It concerns the wealth of nations, its origins in production and exchange, its allocation among competing uses, its distribution among individuals, its accumulation or decline. The approach is descriptive and analytical; many issues of national and international policy are considered; the focus is on social institutions and social outcomes rather than on personal financial success per se.
Economics majors, and all students, should feel free to visit any of our faculty during their office hours and by appointment to discuss particular courses, programs of study and economics in general.
- Menna Bizuneh, Assistant Professor (international finance, international trade, monetary economics, public economics)
- Maya Federman, Professor (microeconomics, education, labor)
- Emma Stephens, Associate Professor (development, agricultural economics, economic history and system dynamics)
- Linus Yamane, Professor (macroeconomics, econometrics, labor, Japanese economy)