Students delve into all facets of economic activity: its development, problems and trends, and public and private institutions. The program's scope is broad to suit the needs of students with diverse career interests, and graduates go on to programs in economics, business administration, and law as well as careers in public administration, international relations, environmental protection, health care, social work, and education.
Kennedy Series lecturer Dr. Lacy Hunt, C’64, video now available
May 2, 2013
On October 25, 2012, Dr. Lacy Hunt C’64, executive vice president of Hoisington Investment Management Company (HIMCO) and vice-chairman of HIMCO's strategic investment policy committee gave a lecture at Sewanee on "The Limits of Fiscal and Monetary Policies."
Professor Mohiuddin to attend Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony in honor of Muhammad Yunus
April 5, 2013
Professor Yasmeen Mohiuddin will attend the Congressional Gold Medal Ceremony in honor of Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Laureate, on Wednesday, April 17. Mohiuddin was invited by Speaker of the House John A. Boehner at the request of Professor Yunus.
Opting Out Among Women with Elite Education
March 22, 2013
Joni Hersch, professor of law and economics at Vanderbilt University, will give a talk Thursday, April 4. Hersch works in the areas of employment discrimination and empirical law and economics.