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Department of Economics

  • The Economic Forecast Project’s 36th Annual Economic Summit takes a wide-ranging view of the economy

  • Annual Carl Snyder Lecture will examine the correlation between income, geography and upward mobility

  • In the second of two events, the UCSB Economic Forecast Project focuses on life in North Santa Barbara County

  • Federal Reserve President James Bullard to discuss federal monetary policy

  • The UCSB economics department has remarkable success helping students find jobs before they graduate

  • Noting the “breadth, depth and originality of his many contributions, and for the often breathtaking clarity with which he reconstructs his insights in the minds of his readers,” the American Economic Association has recognized UC Santa Barbara’...

  • Peter Rupert

    Almost a decade after the Great Recession began, the local and regional economic picture is looking bright again

  • The traditional ideal of home ownership is examined in the north Santa Barbara County Economic Summit

  • A three-day visit to UC Santa Barbara brought a group of instructors and administrators from China’s Chongquing University together with faculty members from the campus’s Department of Economics and Technology Management Program.

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