Economics involves the study of social relationships pertaining to the production and allocation of the means of life. One branch, macroeconomics, addresses issues relating to the performance of the economy as a whole, such as economic growth, unemployment, and inflation, while the other, microeconomics, studies the relationships that comprise an economy, addressing problems of income and wealth inequality, corporate power, industrial performance and global trade, and financial flows. Students majoring in economics find that they acquire an excellent preparation for careers in academics, business, consulting, law, and government.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014PAC 125 - 4:15 pmAlex Eble, Brown UniversitySpeaking on "Returns to What? Evidence from China on the role of credentials in schooling decisions and the labor market"