Carnegie Mellon University

Economics Course Spotlights

Watch the videos below to learn more about several of the Tepper School's undergraduate economics classes and electives.

Financial Crises and Risk

This elective course is offered to undergraduate economics students. The instructor is Ariel Zetlin Jones, Associate Professor of Economics. Financial Crises and Risk provides an in-depth examination of the causes of financial crises as well as what governments can do to prevent them or at least reduce their cost.

Technology, Jobs, and the Future of Work

This course is an elective for undergraduate economics students. The instructor is Shu Lin Wee, Assistant Professor of Economics. The aim of this course to provide students with an in-depth analysis of the U.S. labor market and what role technology has in shaping labor market outcomes.