Economics is a broad social science discipline that is concerned with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Economics is traditionally divided into Microeconomics (dealing with the behavior and interactions of individuals, firms, governments) and Macroeconomics (dealing with large-scale economics factors such as national productivity, unemployment, and inflation). Modern economics research and business practice rely heavily on the use of mathematical models and quantitative methods.
Understanding economic behavior and how economies work is a key part of social science and business management. The staff at ECON conducts cutting-edge research, teaching, and knowledge exchange in economics for the benefit of tomorrow’s business leaders and society at large.
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