ENVS degrees incorporate courses and expertise from this unit and many others at CU-Boulder and nearby Federal labs.
ECON Department Overview
- The department offers BA and PhD degrees, and consists of 30 faculty members, more than 80 graduate students, and approximately 900 undergraduate majors.
- Faculty fields of specialization include international trade/finance, natural resource and environmental economics, public economics, urban and regional economics, development economics, labor economics and demography, political economics, economic history, industrial organization/game theory, and econometrics. Additional field courses include time series analysis and computable general equilibrium analysis.
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- Faculty Focus -
Policy sciences, policy analysis and policy processes. Research on civil-military relations and democratization in Latin America.