Economics Department

Although divided into two main areas, all of economics pertains to one overarching problem: the ability of human wants to outstrip available resources. Topics covered under "macro" economics are national income measures, business cycles, unemployment, inflation, economic growth and development, monetary and fiscal policy, government debt: the United States banking system, and international trade and finance. "Micro" economics focuses on household, business, and some government decision-making. Topics include the functioning of markets under perfect (supply-and-demand) and imperfect competition, antitrust and regulation, environmental policy, and the distribution of personal income and wealth.

Faculty

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Ken Woodward, Ph.D. View profile information for Staff Member Faculty Website
Department Chair
Office BGS 343
(949) 582-4868

Howard Gensler, Ph.D. View profile information for Staff Member Faculty Website
Office BGS 322
(949) 582-4450

Alannah Rosenberg, Ph.D. View profile information for Staff Member Faculty Website
Office BGS 348
(949) 582-4854

 

Core Courses and Resources

Economics

  • ECON 2 Principles of Economics (Macro)
  • ECON 4 Principles of Economics (Micro)

Faculty and Students