We are eager to discuss how economic tools and economic history can help us better understand and evaluate current societal challenges. We have updated our curriculum to help students engage with these issues head on. Just getting started with college-level economics studies? Our Introduction to Economic Reasoning courses have been using an online textbook for the past several years, with a focus on current economic conditions and real-world behavior. We are also offering several 2000-level courses highly-relevant to better understanding Covid-related challenges and impacts: Introduction to Health Economics, Economics of Gender, and Measuring Economic History.
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- Mission Statement
- The Barnard Economics Department has proudly endorsed the National Economics Association’s statement in Solidarity with Those Who Are Protesting Anti-Black Racism and its Manifest Violence Against the Black Community. There are gaping holes in our society. Intellectual discussions of these holes are important but insufficient. We hope that we can empower our students to fill the holes with kindness, ingenuity, leadership, and integrity.
- Diversifying Economic Quality
- The Sadie Collective
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