Most of modern economics is structured around a common set of theoretical ideas and analytic methods that unify the field. These tools aid in understanding both how the economic world works and how it can be affected by public policies and world events.
Introductory courses (100 level) provide an overview of economics and a strong foundation for more advanced work in economics.The intermediate (200 level) courses offer material on many different economic topics. These courses require Economics 105/106 as a prerequisite and are designed to be useful to non-majors as well as minors and majors. Finally, the advanced (300 level) courses involve a much more technically sophisticated approach to analyzing many of the same economic topics. In most of the advanced courses, a substantial paper is an important part of the requirements.
- Current Year Courses
- Three-year Planner
- Tri-Co Course Search
- HC Academic Catalog Course Search
- About the Course Listings
About the Course Listings
Four views and tools each provide different ways of exploring the curriculum.
- Current Year Courses for this Department or Program lists only currently-offered classes, and includes scheduling and instructor information.
- The Three-Year Planner for this Department or Program lists all courses (in numerical order) offered during the current year and the last two years. Use it to understand the full course offerings from the department and how frequently courses are offered. This list does not include any scheduling information; instructor information is only historical and is likely to change in future years.
- The Tri-Co Course Search Engine lists the current offerings for all departments and programs at Haverford, Bryn Mawr, and Swarthmore Colleges, and includes scheduling and instructor information.
- The HC Academic Catalog Course Search Engine includes faceted searching (by division, domain, department, major, minor, and other fields) for all courses offered in the current year and the last two years. It does not contain scheduling information, but like the Three-Year Planner, can help you discover related interests and understand the typical pattern of offerings from year to year. This tool does not include all Bryn Mawr offerings.
Fall 2019: Haverford
|Registration-ID||Course Name||Instructor||Misc||Days and Times||Location|
|ECONH105A001||Introduction to Economics||Owens,David M.||Class Nbr: 1561 BMC: I; Hav: SO, B||TTh 10:00am-11:30am
|ECONH105A002||Introduction to Economics||Jilani,Saleha||Class Nbr: 1562 BMC: I; Hav: SO, B||TTh 11:30am-01:00pm
|ECONH105A003||Introduction to Economics||Kontorovich,Vladimir||Class Nbr: 1757 BMC: I; Hav: SO, B||TTh 02:30pm-04:00pm
|ECONH201A001||Analytical Methods for Economics||Binder,Carola|
|Class Nbr: 2502 Hav: QU, SO, C, B||MW 11:00am-12:30pm
|ECONH203A001||Statistical Methods in Economics||Ball,Richard||Class Nbr: 2590 Hav: QU, SO, B||MW 09:00am-10:30am
|ECONH203A00A||Statistical Methods in Economics||Ball,Richard||Class Nbr: 2591 Hav: QU, SO, B||T 07:30pm-10:00pm
|ECONH209A001||Law and Economics||Kontorovich,Vladimir||Class Nbr: 2326 BMC: I; Hav: , B, A||TTh 10:00am-11:30am
|ECONH249A001||The Soviet System and Its Demise||Kontorovich,Vladimir||Class Nbr: 2084 BMC: I; Hav: SO, B||TTh 11:30am-01:00pm
|ECONH298A001||Impact Investing||Mudd,Shannon B.||Class Nbr: 1572 Lim: 16 ; Hav: SO, B||MWF 10:30am-11:30am
|ECONH302A001||Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis||Lambie-Hanson,Timothy||Class Nbr: 2328 BMC: I; Hav: SO, B||TTh 10:00am-11:30am
|ECONH304A001||Introduction to Econometrics||Preston,Anne||Class Nbr: 1575 BMC: I; Hav: SO, C||MW 09:00am-10:30am
|Class Nbr: 2323 Hav: SO, C, B||MW 11:00am-12:30pm
|ECONH347A001||Advanced Macroeconomics||Binder,Carola||Class Nbr: 2329 Hav: SO, B||MW 12:45pm-02:15pm
|ECONH372A001||Junior Research Seminar: Advanced International Trade||Jilani,Saleha||Class Nbr: 1577 Lim: 15 ; Hav: SO, C, B, A||T 01:30pm-04:00pm
|ECONH378A001||Junior Research Seminar: Sports as an Economics Laboratory||Preston,Anne||Class Nbr: 2099 Lim: 15 ; Hav: SO, C, B, A||MW 02:15pm-03:45pm
|ECONH396A001||Research Seminar||Preston,Anne||Class Nbr: 2100 Hav: SO||M 07:30pm-10:00pm
|ECONH396A002||Research Seminar||Binder,Carola||Class Nbr: 2101 Hav: SO||M 07:30pm-10:00pm
|ECONH396A003||Research Seminar||Jilani,Saleha||Class Nbr: 2102 Hav: SO||M 07:30pm-10:00pm
|ECONH396A004||Research Seminar||Lambie-Hanson,Timothy||Class Nbr: 2330 Hav: SO||M 07:30pm-10:00pm
|ECONH480A001||Independent Study||Parameswaran,Giri||Class Nbr: 2219|
|ECONH480F001||Independent Study||Class Nbr: 1726|