Economics

Department of Economics

The MIT Economics Department today is a vibrant collection of faculty and students.

The Department's distinguished scholars have received numerous awards, including three Nobel Prizes (Franco Modigliani, Paul Samuelson, and Robert Solow), and many are Fellows of the National Academy of Sciences, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the Econometric Society. Many faculty members have served in various elected offices of the American Economic Association and the Econometric Society.

The Department offers exceptional opportunities for undergraduate and graduate study and research.

 

Economics Department links

Visit the MIT Economics Department home page at:
http://econ-www.mit.edu/

Review the MIT Economics Department curriculum at:
http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/resources/curriculum/index.htm#14

 

 MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 14.02Principles of MacroeconomicsFall 2002
 14.02Principles of MacroeconomicsFall 2004
 14.03Intermediate Applied MicroeconomicsFall 2004
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14.04Intermediate Microeconomic TheoryFall 2006
 14.05Intermediate Applied MacroeconomicsFall 2005
 14.06Intermediate Macroeconomic TheorySpring 2004
 14.06Intermediate Macroeconomic TheorySpring 2003
 14.11Putting Social Sciences to the Test: Field Experiments in EconomicsSpring 2006
NEW
14.11Special Topics in Economics: The Challenge of World PovertyFall 2006
 14.12Economic Applications of Game TheoryFall 2005
 14.13Economics and PsychologySpring 2004
 14.20Industrial Organization and Public PolicySpring 2003
 14.23Government Regulation of IndustrySpring 2003
 14.27Economics and E-commerceFall 2000
 14.28Competition in TelecommunicationsFall 2003
 14.30Introduction to Statistical Method in EconomicsSpring 2006
 14.30Introduction to Statistical Method in EconomicsSpring 2003
NEW
14.32EconometricsSpring 2007
 14.33Economics Research and CommunicationFall 2004
 14.33Economics Research and CommunicationSpring 2005
 14.41Public EconomicsFall 2004
 14.42Environmental Policy and EconomicsSpring 2004
 14.420Environmental Policy and EconomicsSpring 2004
 14.44Energy EconomicsSpring 2007
 14.444Energy EconomicsSpring 2007
NEW
14.48JEconomics of EducationSpring 2007
 14.49Information Technology and the Labor MarketSpring 2005
NEW
14.54International TradeFall 2006
 14.64Labor Economics and Public PolicySpring 2006
 14.70JMedieval Economic History in Comparative PerspectiveSpring 2006
 14.72Capitalism and Its CriticsFall 2006
 14.74Foundations of Development PolicySpring 2004
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 MIT Course #Course TitleTerm
 14.121Microeconomic Theory IFall 2005
 14.122Microeconomic Theory IIFall 2002
 14.123Microeconomic Theory IIISpring 2005
 14.124Microeconomic Theory IVSpring 2003
 14.126Game TheoryFall 2004
 14.127Behavioral Economics and FinanceSpring 2004
 14.128Dynamic Optimization & Economic Applications (Recursive Methods)Spring 2003
NEW
14.129Advanced Contract TheorySpring 2005
 14.147Topics in Game TheorySpring 2005
 14.271Industrial Organization IFall 2005
 14.28Competition in TelecommunicationsFall 2003
 14.296JCollective Choice IFall 2005
NEW
14.381Statistical Method in EconomicsFall 2006
 14.382Econometrics ISpring 2005
 14.384Time Series AnalysisFall 2002
NEW
14.386New Econometric MethodsSpring 2007
 14.42Environmental Policy and EconomicsSpring 2004
 14.420Environmental Policy and EconomicsSpring 2004
 14.44Energy EconomicsSpring 2007
 14.444Energy EconomicsSpring 2007
 14.451Macroeconomic Theory ISpring 2007
NEW
14.452Macroeconomic Theory IISpring 2007
 14.453Macroeconomic Theory IIIFall 2002
 14.453Macroeconomic Theory IIIFall 2006
 14.454Macroeconomic Theory IVFall 2004
NEW
14.462Advanced Macroeconomics IISpring 2007
 14.462Advanced Macroeconomics IISpring 2004
 14.471Public Economics IFall 2003
 14.472Public Economics IISpring 2004
 14.475Environmental Economics and Government Responses to Market FailureSpring 2005
NEW
14.48JEconomics of EducationSpring 2007
 14.49Information Technology and the Labor MarketSpring 2005
NEW
14.581International Economics ISpring 2007
 14.661Labor Economics IFall 2006
 14.661Labor Economics IFall 2003
NEW
14.662Labor Economics IISpring 2007
 14.731Economic HistoryFall 2006
 14.771Development Economics: Microeconomic Issues and Policy ModelsFall 2002
 14.778JEconomic Institutions and Growth Policy AnalysisFall 2005
 14.781JPolitical Economy I: Theories of the State and the EconomyFall 2005
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