Welcome to the Department of Economics

Economics at Northeastern focuses on the application of economics to real-world problems of policy and business.

Our undergraduate program features co-op work experience integrated with classroom studies and undergraduate research opportunities. Our Master’s program provides students with the analytical skills and experience necessary for a wide range of jobs and career advancement. Our PhD degree in applied economics readies students to lead research in government, consulting, and legal support as well as prepares them to teach economics.

Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
301 Lake Hall
Boston, MA 02115-5000
phone: 617.373.2882
fax: 617.373.3640
email: econ@neu.edu


Department of Economics News

The impact of abuse-deterrent opioids in helping reduce opioid abuse

A paper by Alan White, adjunct faculty member in the Department of Economics and Managing Principal of Analysis Group, has been published by the Journal of Opioid Management in the May-June issue…
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On the Iranian economy

Professor Kamran Dadkhah has been quoted in two recent editions of AzerNews
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Greece’s financial woes not apt to hurt Mass. much

Professor Alan Clayton Matthews comments on the Greek Debt crisis in this June 30th Boston Globe article…
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Catalina Herrera

On Friday July 3rd, Assistant Professor Catalina Herrera will be presenting at the third international conference on development economics in Paris.

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Frederick B. Zupanc

Congratulations to Frederick B. Zupanc who has had a paper published in The Developing Economist, an undergraduate research journal at The University of Texas at Austin.

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Elena Losada

Elena Losado, who recently graduated with a MA/BS in Economics, is now working at an internship at the Brookings Institution Center for Universal Education.

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Daniel Abunaw

Eco­nomics senior Daniel Abunaw received the Paul M. Pratt Award for demon­strating excep­tional per­sonal and pro­fes­sional growth through his co-​​ops.

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