Undergraduate major and minor, M.A., and Ph.D. Emphases on economic theory, quantitative analysis, econometrics, economic growth and development, international economics, including comparative industrial relations, urban and regional economics, industrial organization, labor economics, including collective bargaining and worker participation, mathematical economics, monetary theory and policy, and public finance. Also environmental economics, health economics, government and business, regulation, and public utilities.
The following LC classification range descriptions represent areas of concentration for economics:
HB (Economic Theory. Demography): General; Relation to philosophy, religion, ethics; Relation to law; Relation to politics and other topics; Study and teaching; General history; Ancient period; Medieval period; History through the 19th century; 20th century; Comparative economics; Classical school of economics; Laissez faire. Free enterprise; Neoclassical school. Chicago school; Welfare and Keynesian economics; European countries; Great Britain; European countries; United states; Latin America; Developing countries; Methodology (general); Information theory; Mathematical, quantitative methods; Game theory; General equilibrium; General works, treatises; Value, price; Competition; Production, theory of the firm, supply-side economics; Wealth; Rent; Capital. Capitalism; Income, interest, profit; Entrepreneurship; Property; Consumption, demand; Welfare theory; Demography; Population geography. Migration; Business cycles. Economic fluctuations; Economic forecasting, stabilization; Business cycles by region or country. Selectively collected category: Canada; Asia; Africa; Australia, New Zealand; Economics of war; Special topics; Rural population.
HC (Economic History and Conditions): Special topics (including environmental policy, industrial productivity, poverty, technological innovation, etc.); United states; Europe; Asia; Middle East. Selectively collected categories: Oceans; Canada; Atlantic Ocean Islands; Indian Ocean Islands; Australia. New Zealand; Pacific Ocean Islands; Antarctic. Arctic.
HD (Economic History and Conditions): Economic development. Selectively collected category: Land use.
HE (Transportation and Communications): Telephone industry. Selectively collected category: Radio paging.
HJ (Public Finance): General. History; Income and expenditure. The budget; Expenditure; Public credit. Debts. Loans; Claims; Local finance; Public accounting.
TX (Home Economics): The following category is selectively collected: General. History.