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Doctor of Philosophy in Economics

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    Doctor of Philosophy in Economics

    The Ph.D. program in economics is a program requiring the attainment of scientific competence in conformity with international scientific standards. Admission to the doctoral program is by written application and an evaluation by the department. It is expected that admitted students will be adequately prepared in calculus, linear algebra, and statistics. (Also refer to the ``Graduate Admissions'' section in the introduction of this catalog for the general graduate admission requirements.)

    All students take a common core curriculum at the outset and later branch out in the desired fields of specialization. The fields may be chosen from fiscal economics, international economics, macroeconomics, mathematical economics, monetary economics, and econometrics. Well-prepared students should anticipate spending approximately two years in course work and another two years in seminars, independent study, and dissertation research. While exceptional progress may make a three-year program feasible, some types of research programs will require at least five years to complete.

    A candidate for the doctorate degree must:

       1. Successfully complete the core curriculum for Ph.D. degree in Economics. The courses in the core curriculum for Ph.D. degree in Economics include the graduate level Microeconomic Theory (ECON 503-504), Macroeconomic Theory (ECON 505-506), Mathematics for Economists (ECON 515-516), Probability and Statistics (ECON 509-510) sequences and Pro-Thesis Seminar (ECON 590) and the Ph.D. Dissertation (ECON 699) courses.

       2. Successfully complete the course requirements for Ph.D. degree by earning at least 24 credits from the courses listed under ``Graduate Electives''. (Some graduate courses offered by other departments may be counted towards this requirement.)

       3. Show competence in two comprehensive examinations in macroeconomics and microeconomics within the first three semesters after being admitted to the Ph.D. program.

       4. Submit a detailed thesis proposal while taking the ECON 699 course and give a seminar on this work.

       5. Submit and successfully defend a dissertation that represents a contribution to knowledge in the field.



    Autumn Semester

    ECON 699      Ph.D. Dissertation               
    Graduate Electives (3)         

    Spring Semester

    ECON 699      Ph.D. Dissertation     
    Graduate Electives (3)     


    Autumn Semester

    ECON 699      Ph.D. Dissertation       
    Graduate Elective  

    Spring Semester

    ECON 699      Ph.D. Dissertation         
    Graduate Elective              

    During each semester of the second year at least three credit units of electives must be taken. The Ph.D. candidate may also take elective courses for credit in the third and fourth years of study. These electives may include courses from other departments or institutions as well as courses offered by the Department. There is no upper or lower limit on the number of such courses.

    Autumn Semester

    ECON 513      Game Theory I    
    ECON 517      Mathematical Economics I   
    ECON 521      International Economics I   
    ECON 531      Economic History I 
    ECON 551      Studies in Growth and General Equilibrium Modeling I   
    ECON 561      Topics in Microeconomic Theory I    
    ECON 563      Topics in Macroeconomic Theory I  
    ECON 571      Fiscal Economics I  
    ECON 575      Monetary Economics I    

    Spring Semester

    ECON 514      Game Theory II    
    ECON 518      Mathematical Economics II   
    ECON 522      International Economics II     
    ECON 532      Economic History II     
    ECON 536      Methodology and History of Economics     
    ECON 552      Studies in Growth and General Equilibrium Modeling II  
    ECON 562      Topics in Microeconomic Theory II     
    ECON 564      Topics in Macroeconomic Theory II  
    ECON 572      Fiscal Economics II  
    ECON 576      Monetary Economics II 

    *Some of these courses may be offered only every other year.

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