By definition, Economics is the study of the way people produce, consume and deliver goods and services. But in practice, it is so much more. Traditional models and practices failed to accurately predict the most recent economic crash or fully explain its scope. These days, economic practitioners need to be able to understand not just the numbers and formulas, but the history, philosophy and reality of the field. More about Program Overview
Economics majors at Keene State are a tight-knit community. Graduates have gone on to careers in business and government, law school, graduate programs in economics, and politics and M.B.A. programs.
2017 Economics Scholarship
Last spring, an IIECON 330 class studied the history of the de/re-industrialization of Keene, New Hampshire from 1960-2015. The students published their inquiry online. See what they discovered.