Department of Economics

Economics is the science describing the production and distribution of wealth. The undergraduate Economics program provides students with the theoretical and empirical tools to comprehend, assess and analyze the many pressing issues and problems of society in an economic context. Areas of study include basic and advanced economic theory, public policy, labour and regional development, as well as the quantitative and historical aspects of economics.


Award-winning Arts and Science graduates honoured in virtual ceremony

The College of Arts and Science’s top graduating students of 2019/20 were recognized at a special online event at the end of June

Economics student recognized at Washington conference

Dolapo Fadare is the inaugural recipient of the Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Studies from The Sadie Collective

High-achieving U of S student to focus on Alzheimer’s and artificial intelligence 

Francois Roewer-Despres will receive three awards from the College of Arts and Science on June 4