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  • Seminars — economics
    including Macroeconomics and Microeconomics Other economics related seminars on the U C Davis campus are sponsored by Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics Institute of Governmental Affairs and the Agricultural History Center Econometrics Meets Monday 3 40 pm 5 00 pm Chenchuan Li Princeton University Jan 29 2016 from 04 10 PM to 05 30 PM 1113 Social Science and Humanities Inference in Regressions with Many Controls Theory Meets Tuesday 4 10 pm 5 30 pm Emmanuel Fahri Harvard University Feb 17 2016 from 04 10 PM to 05 30 PM 1113 Social Science and Humanities Blue room Economic History Meets Tuesday 4 10 pm 5 30 pm There are currently no items in this folder Environment and Energy Meets Wednesday 4 10 5 30 p m There are currently no items in this folder Industrial Organization Meets Wednesday 3 40 pm 5 00 pm Industrial Organization Read More Macroeconomics International Economics Meets Wednesday 4 10 pm 5 30 pm Shaowen Luo Columbia University Jan 26 2016 from 04 10 PM to 05 30 PM 1113 Social Science and Humanities Blue room Propagation of Financial Shocks in an Input Output Economy with Trade and Financial Linkages of Firms Pascal Paul University of Oxford Jan 27 2016 from 04 10 PM to 05 30 PM 1113 Social Science and Humanities Blue room Job Talk Financial Crises Debt Rigidities Emmanuel Fahri Harvard University Feb 17 2016 from 04 10 PM to 05 30 PM 1113 Social Science and Humanities Blue room Public Finance Labor Economics Meets Thursday 3 40 pm 5 00 pm There are currently no items in this folder Development Job Candidate Talks in the Field of Development Arman Rezaee UC San Diego Feb 03 2016 from 04 10 PM to 05 30 PM 1113 Social Science and Humanities Blue

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  • Make a gift to the Department of Economics — economics
    degree in economics from UC Davis depend heavily on the intellect and achievements of our students and faculty and the research conducted here Please consider these sponsorship opportunities Fund for Excellence This general support fund is our sole source of unrestricted funding supplying much appreciated supplementary support for academic and faculty student life programs in the Department of Economics It has helped to underwrite Student scholarships and fellowships Guest speakers Career development opportunities for our students Research by faculty members and students Faculty recruitment and retention Conferences and workshops Undergraduate Student Support Your contribution can help promising young scholars afford a top notch economics education and set them on their way to thriving productive careers Some ways you can make a difference in students success include Funding a scholarship Sponsoring a student to work with faculty on an honors thesis Sponsoring an honors seminar to create opportunities for high achieving students to work more closely with our top faculty Graduate Student Fellowships Graduate students teach and mentor our undergraduates They are scholars who will ask new questions conduct new research and provide answers to some of the most challenging questions about the future of society Gifts from donors help us attract the most promising graduate students provide them support and recognize and honor their achievements Faculty Support Through their teaching and research faculty members advance knowledge and prepare today s students to be tomorrow s leaders Support from donors helps us compete with peer institutions to recruit and retain top scholars offer state of the art facilities and technology research or graduate student assistance and other needed support Establishing an endowed chair is one of the most valuable gifts one can give to higher education for an endowed chair ensures academic excellence for generations to come Endowments A time honored

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  • Undergraduate — economics
    2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 Beaumont Award Economist Job Openings Office of Graduate Studies Criteria for Departmental Aid Mentoring Guidelines Past Preliminary Exams Preliminary Exams for Macro and Micro Economics Preliminary Exams by Field Newly Admitted Students Welcome Letter from Grad Program Coordinator GSC Welcome Letter Math Camp Calendar Math Camp Syllabus Math Camp Sample Problems Econ 200A Syllabus Graduate Student Placements People All People Faculty Graduate Students Staff Instructors Emeriti On the Job Market Courses Winter 2016 Fall 2015 2015 2016 Tentative Course List Research Affiliated Research Centers Working Papers Subspecialties Within Economics You are here Home Info Undergraduate Economics is the study of the allocation of scarce resources in society and the problems involving the use and distribution of those resources Thus broadly defined economics is concerned with the ways in which prices wages and profits are determined the ways in which production and distribution change over time and the ways in which government affects the economy by monetary fiscal and other policies We invite you to visit these additional resources to learn more about the Economics major and campus life Major in Economics The study of economics yields valuable insights for analyzing many of the major issues facing society today Your Time at UC Davis To track your progress with the degree select the student status that most applies to you Advising Staff advisors are available weekdays to assist students individually with academic planning petition review course selection career pathway development and other matters related to the major Internships The Department of Economics assists students in finding internship opportunities Tutoring Tutoring services are available at no charge to students majoring in Economics Honors and Awards The Department of Economics has established several award programs to recognize students for

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  • What Is Economics? — economics
    and theoretical foundations as well as exposure to important real world challenges Lower division preparatory subjects for the Economics major are courses in introductory economics calculus and statistics The upper division course work entails a relatively light 44 credits The four required courses are in intermediate microeconomics intermediate macroeconomics analysis of economic data and economic history The remaining seven courses can be selected from a wide range of subject areas For the minor in Economics the upper division requires courses in intermediate microeconomics and macroeconomics and in three elective courses While very rigorous in its foundations based on theory mathematics and statistics the Economics major and minor are very well grounded in the analysis of the real world of business and economics policy The topics cover traditional areas of economics as well as newer fields such as the Economics of East Asia Psychology and Economics Poverty Energy Economics and Health Economics For further details visit Your Time at UC Davis Permanent faculty of the Department of Economics teach more than 75 percent of the department s undergraduate classes while visiting instructors with a Ph D teach the remaining courses Graduate students act as teaching assistants who lead discussion sections The department s faculty are very engaged in undergraduate teaching Professors Robert Feenstra and Alan Taylor are the coauthors of the leading U S undergraduate text in International Economics Professor Colin Cameron is completing an undergraduate text on Analysis of Economics Data that in draft form has been used as a text at UC Davis for many years Every year the department sponsors its own Thomas Mayer Award for Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching in Economics Recent teaching innovations include a new hybrid course in which some lectures are online and face to face class time is spent developing in depth case studies in small groups The Department of Economics faculty publish their research in the very top peer reviewed journals Additionally state and federal agencies national nonprofit organizations and private sector organizations draw upon the expertise of numerous faculty members We invite you to learn more about the Department of Economics Specialization Tracks As as you are choosing your upper division electives and advanced electives for your major you have the option of specializing in the following tracks International Macro Finance Choose 3 from the following options Economics 110B World Economic History Since the Industrial Revolution Economics 134 Financial Economics Economics 135 Money Banks and Financial Institutions Economics 136 Topics in Macroeconomic Theory Economics 160B International Macroeconomics Economics 171 Economy of East Asia Behavior and Strategy Required Either Economics 121A Industrial Organization or Economics 122 Theory of Games and Strategic Behavior Plus choose 2 from the following options in addition to your required course above Economics 103 Economics of Uncertainty and Information Economics 106 Decision making Economics 121A Industrial Organization Economics 121B Industrial Organization Economics 122 Theory of Games and Strategic Behavior Data Analytics and Economic Analysis Required Economics 140 Econometrics Plus choose 2 from the following options Economics 103 Economics of

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  • Your Time at UC Davis — economics
    are upper division economics courses which have a prerequisite of 100 or 101 For transfer students It is possible for transfer students entering UC Davis with 84 to 105 quarter units to complete the economics major within two years if all required lower division courses have been completed Multiply semester units by 1 5 to convert them to quarter units Any lower division work listed above not completed at your transfer college should be started the first quarter you are enrolled at UC Davis If you are unsure which courses articulate toward lower division requirements at UC Davis check out the website ASSIST or the Economics Department website or come to the Economics Department Undergraduate Office for help Sample plans for transfer students are available here Transfer Student Sample Plan 1 all lower division courses completed Transfer Student Sample Plan 2 requires lower division calculus First year experience The Department of Economics encourages students to begin their mathematics series foreign language and English requirement as soon as possible For students who are considering graduate study in Economics Math 21A 21B 21C and 22A are strongly recommended Students could begin either Economics 1A or 1B the following quarters Make sure to complete your calculus placement exam before enrolling It is recommended that you pursue general education courses concurrently with lower division prerequisite work for the major To assist you with academic planning here are some sample 4 year plans Sample 4 year plan Sample 4 year plan requiring linguistics Students often have difficulty getting into one or more courses they want during their freshman and sophomore years and should be flexible in making choices We encourage you to review the course catalog for classes outside of the major that may be of interest to you Remember these courses will minimally count toward units needed for graduation Second year experience You will begin pursuing upper division courses for the major at this time As noted on the sample 4 year plan taking ECN 100 and 101 in the same quarter is inadvisable The department discourages students from taking any more than two upper division Economics courses within the same quarter Make sure to track your upper division degree requirements and meet with an academic advisor regarding the design of your major as needed It is also recommended that you request a Degree Check from the College of Letters and Science Dean s Office You can also do a self check to track progress with your general education requirements If you are interested in studying abroad or pursuing internships you may want to start accounting for these opportunities in your academic planning now Third year experience At this time you will begin focusing on the overall design of your degree This means you will be focusing on courses that are of specific interest to you Course recommendations can be made based on professional pathways double majors technical backgrounds or even in preparation for graduate or doctoral studies ECONOMICS COURSES WITH DATA ANALYSIS This

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  • Potential students — economics
    Your Time at UC Davis Info Potential students First year students and incoming transfer students The Economics degree at UC Davis is very flexible Students can tailor their upper division work to their interests and preferences It may be advisable for students to take a slightly reduced course load of about 12 units during the first quarter at UC Davis while adjusting to a new campus the quarter system and other changes Students need to average 15 units per quarter in order to complete all requirements in four years but can easily make up the first quarter deficit later In planning course loads after the first quarter students also should consider outside responsibilities and commitments For first year students The Department of Economics advises students to begin their mathematics series foreign language and English requirement as soon as possible For students who are considering graduate study in Economics Math 21A 21B 21C and 22A are strongly recommended Students could begin either Economics 1A or 1B the following quarters The Economics major consists of lower division preparatory work Economics 1A and 1B Statistics 13 32 or 102 and either the Mathematics 16A and 16B or Mathematics 21A and 21B series Students must complete 44 upper division units of economics work including the Intermediate Micro and Macro Theory courses ECN 100 and 101 Analysis of Economics Data ECN 102 one economics history course ECN 110A 110B 111A or 111B four advanced courses after completing ECN 100 and 101 and three elective ECN courses to equal 44 units of upper division economics 11 upper division economics courses Advanced courses are upper division economics courses which have a prerequisite of 100 or 101 For transfer students It is possible for transfer students entering UC Davis with 84 to 105 quarter units to complete the

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  • First-year experience — economics
    2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 Beaumont Award Economist Job Openings Office of Graduate Studies Criteria for Departmental Aid Mentoring Guidelines Past Preliminary Exams Preliminary Exams for Macro and Micro Economics Preliminary Exams by Field Newly Admitted Students Welcome Letter from Grad Program Coordinator GSC Welcome Letter Math Camp Calendar Math Camp Syllabus Math Camp Sample Problems Econ 200A Syllabus Graduate Student Placements People All People Faculty Graduate Students Staff Instructors Emeriti On the Job Market Courses Winter 2016 Fall 2015 2015 2016 Tentative Course List Research Affiliated Research Centers Working Papers Subspecialties Within Economics You are here Home Undergraduate Your Time at UC Davis Info First year experience The Department of Economics encourages students to begin their mathematics series foreign language and English requirement as soon as possible For students who are considering graduate study in Economics Math 21A 21B 21C and 22A are strongly recommended Students could begin either Economics 1A or 1B the following quarters Make sure to complete your calculus placement exam before enrolling It is recommended that you pursue general education courses concurrently with lower division prerequisite work for the major To assist you with academic planning here are some sample 4 year plans Sample 4 year plan Sample 4 year plan requiring linguistics Students often have difficulty getting into one or more courses they want during their freshman and sophomore years and should be flexible in making choices We encourage you to review the course catalog for classes outside of the major that may be of interest to you Remember these courses will minimally count toward units needed for graduation Contact Undergraduate Advising Center 2216 Social Sciences and Humanities Building 530 752

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  • Second-year experience — economics
    nations Financial aid Current Students Graduate Handbook 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 2010 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013 2013 2014 2014 2015 Beaumont Award Economist Job Openings Office of Graduate Studies Criteria for Departmental Aid Mentoring Guidelines Past Preliminary Exams Preliminary Exams for Macro and Micro Economics Preliminary Exams by Field Newly Admitted Students Welcome Letter from Grad Program Coordinator GSC Welcome Letter Math Camp Calendar Math Camp Syllabus Math Camp Sample Problems Econ 200A Syllabus Graduate Student Placements People All People Faculty Graduate Students Staff Instructors Emeriti On the Job Market Courses Winter 2016 Fall 2015 2015 2016 Tentative Course List Research Affiliated Research Centers Working Papers Subspecialties Within Economics You are here Home Undergraduate Your Time at UC Davis Info Second year experience You will begin pursuing upper division courses for the major at this time As noted on the sample 4 year plan taking ECN 100 and 101 in the same quarter is inadvisable The department discourages students from taking any more than two upper division Economics courses within the same quarter Make sure to track your upper division degree requirements and meet with an academic advisor regarding the design of your major as needed It is also recommended that you request a Degree Check from the College of Letters and Science Dean s Office You can also do a self check to track progress with your general education requirements If you are interested in studying abroad or pursuing internships you may want to start accounting for these opportunities in your academic planning now Contact Undergraduate Advising Center 2216 Social Sciences and Humanities Building 530 752 9241 ecnugadvisor ucdavis edu Need Advising Schedule your appointment with a staff

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