Announcement: 8th Annual Competition, Kenneth A. Freirich Business Plan Competition
Final Presentations - Not able to join in person, then be sure to join us tomorrow
via Livestream starting at 2:00 p.m.
- Prof. Odekon awarded faculty award for service, click here to see story.
Economics Hot Links
****US National Economic Data****
- Census Bureau
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- FedStats Comprehensive Database
- US Bureau of Economic Analysis
This is the web site of the Department of Economics at Skidmore College. It provides information about the department's teaching programs and class resources.
Students majoring in economics learn analytical skills and methods of the field, including deductive reasoning, decision-making techniques, quantitative analysis, and modeling principles, and apply these skills in analysis of the ways in which economic forces affect national and international policies and issues. In keeping with the liberal arts tradition and goals of the College, the economics major supports the students' growth in critical thinking, problem solving, global understanding and appreciation, and communication skills. In core courses, students learn analytical and quantitative skills. In upper-level courses, students apply these analytical, quantitative, and writing skills and focus on a variety of domestic and international policy-oriented issues and engage in independent research.