The emphasis is on the abstract theory itself. Students may choose either the standard or the professional track, both award a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Student Goals

Students in this concentration will:

  • Become fluent in economic theory and the mathematical tools needed to analyze and develop theoretical constructions
  • Understand the concepts, tools, and research methods used in pure economic theory fields such as game theory
  • Grasp microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics
  • Produce a culminating artifact

Tracks

  • Professional (Math-Econ)

Graduating Class

Class Year Total Students Capstone Graduates Honors Graduates
2014  
2015  
2016
2017
2018

Alumni Pathways

Many graduates have gone on to enter Ph.D. programs in Economics from which they were able to enter careers in university teaching and research or in the private sector and government. Others have pursued similarly diverse careers as for concentrators in the standard Economics concentration.

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Director of Undergraduate Studies: Louis Putterman