The study of economics is more vital in today's world than ever before. The exchange of and competition for goods and services -- in the United States and around the world -- influences everything from small-scale community decisions to global geopolitics.
A liberal arts degree in economics offers a wide range of career options.
Victoria Perez-Zetune ’16, Eileen Stillwaggon, et al, published ‘Congenital Chagas Disease in the United States: Cost Savings through Maternal Screening’ in The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
James O’Brien, et al, published ‘Environmental Engel Curves: Indirect Emissions of Common Air Pollutants’ in The MIT Press Journal.
John Cadigan, et al, published ‘Endowment Effects and Contribution Strategies in Public Goods Experiments’ in the Archives of Psychology.
Rimvydas Baltaduonis, et al, published ‘Risk and Abnormal Returns in Markets for Congestion Revenue Rights’ in the Journal of Energy Markets.
Eileen Stillwaggon, et al, published ‘Congenital Toxoplasmosis in Austria: Prenatal Screening for Prevention is Cost-Saving’ in PLoS neglected Tropical Diseases.
Eileen Stillwaggon, et al, published ‘Point-of-Care Testing for Toxoplasma Gondii IgC/IgM Using Toxoplasma ICT IgG-IgM Test with Sera from the United States and Implications for Developing Countries’ in PLoS neglected Tropical Diseases.
A Mathematical Economics major, Tyler Mann '20 was studying in Shanghai through Gettysburg’s partnership with CET Shanghai. In addition to their academic coursework, students complete an internship as part of the program.
Watch his video about studying globally and read more about his experience.
Gettysburg's latest economics lab easily transforms from a teaching classroom to a research facility. See how, and learn more.