Study different types of economic models related to innovation and new technologies. Students are prepared to use economic theory, econometric and statistical methods, and data to examine patents, R&D, and innovation more broadly, as well as in specific industries in the economy.
The Minor in Economics of Technology and Regulation requires 16 credits.
Course topics may include:
- Introductory Economics
- Principles of Economics
- Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- Economics of Innovation and New Technologies
- Structure of Industry: Competition, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Policy
- Economics of Biotech and Medical Innovations
See course catalog for details.