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.
Bhole and Gleeson Hanna. Word-of-Mouth Communication and Demand for Products with Different Quality Levels.
Donovan and Batabyal. On economic growth and investment income taxation in a creative region.
Freitas and Batabyal. A stochastic model of waste management with on and off site storage.
Petre and Wagner. Green consumption under misperceived prices: An application to active transportation.
Professor John Stranlund, Department of Resource Economics, University of Massachusetts at Amherst.