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Course Syllabi

Very Recent Course Syllabi. Always consult with the current instructor for a copy of the latest version.
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*Syllabi are accessible only to those with VU affiliation.

Mathematics for Economists (300)
Microeconomic Theory (304a,  304b,  304c)
Macroeconomic Theory (305a,  305b,  305c)
Statistics (307)
Econometrics ( 309a, 309b)
Economic History (371)

Advanced Economic Theory (333377)
Econometrics (373374375)
Economic Development (388b)
Economic History (366a366b
Health Economics (312a312b
Industrial Organization (320a,  320b)
International Economics (316,  317)
Labor Economics (329a329b)
Money and Financial Institutions (332a332b)
Public Economics(354a354b)

Graduate Program


VU Economics News 

  • bill The Economic History Association has appointed Bill Collins as the next editor of the Journal of Economic History.  His term begins in 2016.


  • announcementEugene Vorobeychik (Engineering) and Myrna Wooders (Economics) have been awarded a grant for $442,051 for the next three years in support their research project, "Theory and Application of Mechanism Design for Team Formation." This project addresses questions of design of mechanisms for efficient team formation from the perspectives of computer science, microeconomics, experimental economics, and game theory. The grant is sponsored by the Division of Information and Intelligent Systems of the NSF.

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