Be an agent for change as you examine the behaviours of individuals, firms and government and the effect of their choices on living standards with an Undergraduate Economics Major. Economists study the cause and effect of unemployment and inflation, economic growth and development, income inequality, public policy, and environmental management. Collecting and calibrating data, economists make recommendations to Commonwealth and state government departments, international organisations (such as OECD), or the private sector. Study Economics in the Bachelor of Economics, or Major in Economics, Econometrics, or Financial Economics. You could also combine an Economics Major with other business majors such as Accounting, Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, or even a second major offered by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

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