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Economics is a degree category that consists of the following common degrees:

  • Economics



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    Some economics specializations are:

    • Development Economics – focuses on the economic aspects of development in low-income countries
    • Environmental Economics – studies how environmental problems, such as climate change, and government environmental policies affect the environment
    • Health Economics – is concerned with markets and government policies that impact access to health care
    • Industrial Economics – studies firms, industries, markets, prices, and competition
    • International Economics – is focused on international trade and how international differences in resources and consumer preferences impact it
    • Labor Economics – looks at markets and how they affect wages, pension plans, and other worker benefits
    • Public Economics – studies how government finance and policies impact the economy
    • Regional and Urban Economics – studies things like education, housing, public services, crime, and local government finance to come up with economic snapshots
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