This course is a research seminar for candidates for honors in economics. Each candidate prepares an honors thesis. Candidates will meet as a group to discuss problems common to all of them (such as empirical methods, data sources, and theoretical approaches) and each one will report on his/her work at various stages for criticism by the group as a whole. Some work is required during the preceding semester.
Class Format: independent study
Prerequisites: admission by the department; required for honors in Economics unless a student writes a year-long thesis
Material and Lab Fees:
Divisional Attributes: Division II
Class Number: 3522
|ECON 492 - 01 (S) HON Honors Seminar: Economics||William M. Gentry