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Small class sizes, unusual range of courses, and study economics within an institute of technology... Read more
Work one-on-one with faculty members on publishable research projects... Read more
Core curriculum plus tracks in Managerial Economics, Economic Theory and Policy, and Environmental Economics... Read more
Disciplinary and interdisciplinary education and faculty research... Read more

The Department of Economics at RIT

offers a B.S. in Economics that emphasizes the quantitative analytical approach to dealing with economic problems in both the public and private sectors.  The program prepares graduates for entry-level managerial & analytical positions in both industry and government, and to pursue graduate studies in economics, business, or law.

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Bhole and Gleeson Hanna. Word-of-Mouth Communication and Demand for Products with Different Quality Levels.

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Rohlin and Batabyal. A theoretical perspective on managed rangelands and irreversible states.

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Freitas and Batabyal. A stochastic model of waste management with on and off site storage.

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Petre and Wagner. Green consumption under misperceived prices: An application to active transportation.

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Bhole and Ogden. Group lending and individual lending with strategic default.

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Faculty/Student Scholarship

Events

Gosnell Lecture, Professor Arnab Basu, Cornell University
Thursday, April 16, 2015 - 3:00pm, Location TBA

Economics and Public Policy Student Research Conference
Thursday, April 23, 2015 - 12:00pm, Campus Center 2650 and 1010/1015 (Noon-5pm)

Economics Club Weekly Meeting
Thursday, March 5, 2015 - 7:00pm, Gleason Building, Room 1139