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The departmental excellence with the Economics department in UB include economics of growth and development; industrial organization; international trade; crime and justice; uncertainty and information; urban economics; and applied econometrics.
UB’s Economics program integrates economic theory with applied topics, including finance, international trade, econometrics, education, growth and development, monetary economics, labor economics, urban and regional economics, industrial organization, and regulation.
Students will discuss matters relating to consumers and producers, market equilibrium, investment and savings, employment, money and banking, and government taxation and spending.
Learn the insights and skills in the art and process of global restructuring and new patterns of uneven development.
The international trade program aims to prepare students to critically assess the process of globalization operating in the world today. Critical social, economic, and environmental challenges are being faced by corporate or government policy makers and organizations.
- The SIM-UB scholarship allows deserving students at SIM to spend one semester at the UB’s New York campus.
SIM-UB Newsletter Fall 2023