ChairPROF. ARTHUR HOSIOS
Associate Chair, Undergraduate affairs
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Undergraduate assistantMS. DEBORAH NAVARRO
Message from the Associate ChairWelcome to the undergraduate Economics website for prospective and current students. On these pages, you will find information about our programs and courses, as well as other useful resources and links. Read more...
In The News
Tentative Schedule, Fall/Winter Courses 2015-16The 2015-16 Economics course offerings are now listed on our website: http://www.economics.utoronto.ca/index.php/index/undergraduate/courses/2
This will updated regularly as new information is made available. Note that the Economics Department version of the schedule is updated more frequently than the Arts & Science website, so you should consult our website for the most up-to-date course listings.
New and Changed Economics Courses, 2015-16As evident in the new Arts and Sciences Calendar, there are a number of new and changed courses for 2015-16, all of which are relevant for course offerings this fall/winter.
New CoursesThe Economics Department is very pleased to be able to offer the following new courses, starting in the 2015-16 session. Limited information is available through the A&S calendar (follow the links), and more information about the courses themselves will be available when the courses start.
Changed CoursesWe also made changes to previous "Y" courses, converting them to "H" courses, or splitting them.
- ECO324Y1 (Economic Development)
- The "old" ECO324Y1 is now ECO324H1 (Development Economics).
- ECO336Y1 (Public Economics)
- The "old" ECO336Y1 is effectively split and expanded across three courses:
- ECO336H1 (Public Economics) ,
- ECO337H1 (Public Economics for Commerce) , and
- ECO446H1 (Advanced Public Economics).
- The "old" ECO339Y1 was split into two courses:
- ECO339H1 (Labour Economics: Employment, Wages, and Public Policy) , and
- ECO337H1 (Labour Economics: The Distribution of Earnings) .