Economics

Degree Types: PhD

The PhD Program in Economics prepares students for careers in college teaching and research, government and international agencies, or private business. The curriculum covers all principal areas of economic study and research.

Advanced courses, seminars, and research opportunities are offered in the fields of economic theory, economic history, macroeconomics, industrial organization and regulation, labor economics, economic development, econometrics, international economics, and public finance. Weekly workshops provide a forum for faculty, students, and distinguished economists from around the world to meet and present their research.

The PhD program in Economics shares courses, faculty, and seminars with Kellogg School of Management doctoral programs in Finance and Managerial Economics and Strategy.

See Economics Degree Requirements for specific classes and procedures needed to complete this program.

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