economics department

NOUN
  1. the academic department responsible for teaching and research in economics
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How To Use economics department In A Sentence

  • I used to talk about the crash in October 1987 without explaining what it was and I do still teach a seminar in the economics department in the Fall.
  • The economics department at Ripon Grammar School have set up a small business producing items connected with the history of the city.
  • Isn't there some official ranking of economics departments?
  • By a donnish performance, more in the style of a school of philosophy than of an economics department, he proved the case for tax cuts, then forged an intellectual alibi for funking its implementation.
  • By a donnish performance, more in the style of a school of philosophy than of an economics department, Letwin proved the case for tax cuts, then forged an intellectual alibi for funking its implementation.
  • The Milton Friedman Institute was conceived by faculty from the university's economics department, the law school and the graduate school of business.
  • The Milton Friedman Institute was conceived by faculty from the university's economics department, the law school and the graduate school of business.
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