|Description:||As an economics student, you'll figure out how to use the world’s limited resources to best serve society and you'll do this using solid scientific methods that measure and analyze how people and institutions make economic choices.
The traditional way of teaching economics is deductive: start from first principles and talk ideas out logically. The Dalhousie Economics program ensures you get a mix of classes, some of which are deductive, and some of which are more inductive or problem-oriented. Inductive courses are thematic. Take global warming, how would we approach it as economists?
You'll have the option to choose courses that are more geared toward the social sciences rather than the math side of economic theory. That said, there is a natural partnership between math and economics that might inspire you to build your math skills.
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