Economics

Kaprielian Hall 300
(213) 740-8335
FAX: (213) 740-8543
Email: econ@dornsife.usc.edu

Chair: Simon J. Wilkie, Ph.D.

Faculty

John Elliott Chair in Economics: M. Hashem Pesaran, Ph.D.

Presidential Professor of Health Economics: Daniel McFadden, Ph.D. (Public Policy)

University Professor: Richard A. Easterlin, Ph.D.*

Professors: Dominic James Brewer, Ph.D. (Education); Juan Carrillo, Ph.D.; Robert Dekle, Ph.D.; Gillian Hadfield, Ph.D., J.D. (Law); Cheng Hsiao, Ph.D.; Ayse Imrohoroglu, Ph.D. (Business); Selahattin Imrohoroglu, Ph.D. (Business); Michael J. P. Magill, Ph.D.; John Matsusaka, Ph.D. (Business); Edward J. McCaffery, J.D. (Law); Hyungsik Roger Moon, Ph.D.; Kevin Murphy, Ph.D. (Business); Jeffrey B. Nugent, Ph.D.*; Vincenzo Quadrini, Ph.D. (Business); Geert Ridder, Ph.D.; John Strauss, Ph.D.; Guofu Tan, Ph.D.; Simon J. Wilkie, Ph.D.; Donald E. Yett, Ph.D.; Fernando Zapatero, Ph.D. (Business)

Associate Professors: Caroline Betts, Ph.D.; Isabelle Brocas, Ph.D.; Harrison Hsueh-Cheng Cheng, Ph.D.; Michael E. DePrano, Ph.D.

Assistant Professors: Giorgio Corcicelli, Ph.D.; Joel David, Ph.D.; Yu-Wei Hsieh, Ph.D.; Yilmaz Kocer, Ph.D.; Anant Nyshadham, Ph.D.; Guillaume Vandenbroucke, Ph.D.; Nina Walton, Ph.D. (Law)

Senior Lecturer: Nake Kamrany, Ph.D.*

Professor of the Practice of International Relations and Economics: Lord John Eatwell, Ph.D.

Emeritus Professor: Richard H. Day, Ph.D.

*Recipient of university-wide or college teaching award

Undergraduate Programs

This new program is available beginning fall 2012.

The economics curriculum is oriented toward a general, liberal education. The study of economics requires adequate preparation in mathematics and statistics. The department offers a B.A. degree in economics, a B.A. degree in political economy; a B.A. degree in social sciences, a B.S. in Economics/Mathematics and a minor in economics. Both B.A. degrees require a total of 32 upper division units for the major.

Graduate Programs

The department offers a Master of Arts in Economics, a Master of Arts in Economic Developmental Programming, a Master of Science in Mathematical Finance, dual degrees with the USC Gould School of Law and the Price School of Public Policy, a Doctor of Philosophy in Economics, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Economics and Policy.