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What is the optimal allocation of resources? Is public policy working? How do markets operate? Understand the critical issues; challenge conventional wisdom.
Economists ask the hard questions. How do some countries grow rich while others stay poor? How do you measure happiness?
Wage inequality, technical change, taxes, gender gap, unions, globalization… what’s Canada’s perspective? We offer thought-provoking research and policy options, based on facts.
Bachelor of International Economics
The Bachelor of International Economics is a new and distinct four-year, full-time degree program.
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Job Market 2014
We are pleased to announce our 2014 Job Market Candidates!
Our academic job postings are available here.
David Green and Craig Riddell Appointed IRPP Research Fellows
Will Tomorrow’s Workplace Have Skilled Jobs?
Economics Student Behrooz Ghorbani Receives Wesbrook Scholarship
Poverty and Urban Planning Explored at ESA Conference
Behavioral Experiments in Networked Trade
VSE is pleased to host a lecture by Professor Michael Kearns, University of Pennsylvania (Computer Science).
Irrational Exuberance and Neural Warning Signals During Endogenous Experimental Market Bubbles
VSE is pleased to host a lecture by professor Colin Camerer, California Institute of Technology (Behavioral Economics).
Beyond Economic Rationality: Lecture and Reception
Co-hosted by UBC's Vancouver School of Economics and Green College.
Seminar: City Growth and Aggregate Growth
The Vancouver School of Economics is pleased to host Economics Professor Enrico Moretti, of the University of California at Berkeley for a seminar on "City Growth and Aggregate Growth".
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Bachelor in International Economics