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ECON 410 Economics Research and Communication (3 Credits)

This course is ideal for students who are interested in conducting research on economics questions. Emphasis is on choice of research topics, data sources, primary sources, and research methodology. Students are expected to prepare a research paper, present oral presentations, and provide constructive criticism on the research projects of others.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Form economic hypotheses, gather the appropriate data, analyze them, and effectively communicate their results.
  • Conduct research on economics topics, using the appropriate research methodology, primary sources and data sources.
  • Master data analysis methods.