PhD Fields

Currently, the following PhD field courses are offered: 

Field Courses Faculty
Agricultural Economics

ECG 741: Agricultural Production and Supply 

ECG 742: Consumption, Demand and Market Interdependency

BoysZ. Brown; Goodwin; Kandilov; Rejesus; Renkow; SchweizerThurman; TregeagleVukina; Zheng
Development Economics

ECG 740: Economic Growth and Development

ECG 739: Empirical Methods in Development Economics and Applied Micro

Z. Brown; Guiteras; Rejesus; Renkow; Sills
Econometrics*

ECG 752: Time Series Econometrics

ECG 753: Microeconometrics

ECG 790: Big Data Econometrics

CanerGoodwin; Kalnina; Li; Pelletier; Thurman; Zheng
Environmental and Resource Economics

ECG 715: Environmental and Resource Economics

ECG 716: Topics in Environmental and Resource Economics

Z. Brown; EdwardsFackler; Fell; GuiterasThurman; von Haefen
International Economics

ECG 748: Theory of International Trade

ECG 749: Monetary Aspects of International Trade

Boys; Kabukcuoglu-DurKandilov
Labor Economics

ECG 730: Labor Economics

ECG 739: Empirical Methods in Development Economics and Applied Micro

Clark; M. Morrill
Macro/Monetary Economics

ECG 784: Advanced Macroeconomics

ECG 785: Monetary Economics

ECG 790: Business Cycle

Fiori; Kabukcuoglu-Dur; KimNason

Microeconomic Theory/Industrial Organization

ECG 707: Topics in Industrial Organization

ECG 708: Advanced Microeconomic Theory

Dur; T. MorrillVukina; Zheng

* Only one of the ECG 752 and ECG 753 courses counts toward the econometrics field. The other one counts as a first-year core course.