The UW-Madison Economics Department is a highly ranked program dedicated to excellence in research and teaching. The department is one of the largest departments in the College of Letters and Science with over 35 faculty, 1,200 undergraduate majors, and more than 300 graduate students
Exciting new program, Master of Financial Economics now accepting applications for the inaugural Fall 2021 cohort
Undergraduate Academic Advisor
The Department of Economics seeks a dynamic and student-centered advisor to join our undergraduate academic office advising team! We are a thriving department with a growing number of undergraduate majors.
To learn more about the position and to apply, please follow the link below:
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Learn about some of our outstanding Economics undergraduate students!
In Memoriam: William H. (Bill) Sandholm, leading evolutionary game theorist, cherished mentor and valued colleague Professor William H. (Bill) Sandholm, the Richard E. Stockwell Distinguished Chair in Economics and a longtime member of the department, …
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A MESSAGE TO THE ECONOMICS COMMUNITY
It is difficult to find the right words to express the pain we feel over the institutional racism, racial injustice, and racial inequality in our society. We deplore the senseless and inexcusable killing of George Floyd and others before him. We unequivocally condemn these acts of brutality.
The Department of Economics stands with our Black students, colleagues, alumni and the broader community in opposing racism, hate, and violence. We recognize this as a moment that calls for both reflection and action. As society and the University consider serious institutional change, and as the economics research community devotes more attention and resources to understanding and dealing with the consequences of institutional racism, racial injustice and inequality, we will be involved and expect to be part of the changes.
We know that people of color, and especially Black people, are underrepresented in Economics. It is imperative we change that, and we resolve to do more. We will continue to work with our Black students and, based on their feedback, do everything we can to address their needs and improve their experiences as economics majors. We welcome input from anyone, especially students and alumni, on how we can foster an inclusive culture in our department. We are committed to listening, learning, and changing.
The Faculty and Staff of the UW-Madison Economics Department