economics department

Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for economics department

the academic department responsible for teaching and research in economics

References in periodicals archive ?
Nor will it be an economics department because the main macro-economic policy will also still be set at Westminster.
This variable serves as a control from a source unrelated to SED and IPEDS on the output of new degrees at each economics department.
The central bank's economics department coordinator, Tulio Maciel, said that defaults would drop as the economy picks up pace.
Before, he worked at the Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic to the USA and Canada, at the Department of Economic Policy and Western Countries Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic, headed "Kyrgyzagropromimpeks" Association of Foreign Economics and the Foreign Economics Department of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Kyrgyz Republic.
He has been with the bank since 1996, and was the director of the economics department at Bank of Lithuania.
The parties to that negotiation were representatives of the Economics Department of the University of Chicago (principally Professor Arnold Harberger), the Rector of National University of Cuyo and Alberto Corti Videla, Dean of its Economics Faculty, Albion Patterson of the Buenos Aires office of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and representatives of the Argentine Consejo Nacional de Desarrollo (CONADE).
The commerce courses will be shifted to the central university's economics department.
The 12-member Taiwanese delegation will be headed by Kao Koong-lian, vice chairman and secretary general of Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF), with other members including Li Li-chen, director of economics department, Cabinet-level Mainland Affairs Council, and Huang Chih-peng, director general of the Bureau of Foreign Trade, MOEA.
00 978-1-932841-14-5) Johan Van Overtveldt director of VKW Metena A Belgium think tank presents a scholarly appraisal of the economics department that through its tradition of excellence has produced much important research which has become the basis for many public policies.
formerly chairman of the economics department at Cape Cod Community College, died Aug.
They surveyed economics department chairs at 965 universities in the USA in late 1992 and early 1993; they received replies from 216 heads, and used the resulting information to construct a set of weights for 157 journals.
Staff from the university's economics department said: "Ben was an outstanding student.
Of course, to truly test Caplan's thesis we would need a nation whose electorate consists solely of the University of Chicago economics department, and, since that seems unlikely to happen anytime soon, libertarians everywhere can continue to console themselves with the thought that economists would govern wisely if only those meddling voters would leave it to them.
In the first article of this issue, Ashley Dunstan, David Hargreaves, and Ozer Karagedikli of the Economics Department explain the importance of fiscal policy to the business cycle and set out a framework for considering how changes in fiscal policy affect the economy.
Now all the power and peril inherent in the Fed's ability to control the money supply lies in the hands of 52-year-old Ben Bernanke, a former member of the Fed's board of governors (from 2002 to 2005), former chairman of the economics department at Princeton, and, like Greenspan, former chairman of the president's Council of Economic Advisers.
Full browser ?