Economics and Finance

Economics and finance issues continue to dominate the front page and the business section: the Chinese economy, Federal Reserve policy, falling labor force participation, etc. Economists may not always or even rarely agree, but at least we have interesting problems to discuss and solve. If you want to join the debate and develop marketable skills along the way, we encourage you to learn more by visiting our classes, attending our seminars, joining a club, or meeting with our faculty.




Broadening Her Horizons

With the support of the Huntsman Scholars Program and the USU Honors Program, Allison Fife, ’15, Economics and History, recently attended the Insight Dubai conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Throughout the conference, she attended lectures and discussions focused on subjects ranging from...

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Deeper into China

The Huntsman School of Business and the Northwest University for Nationalities (NWUN), based in Lanzhou, China, announced an academic partnership to offer an undergraduate degree in International Economics. This is the fourth such partnership for the Huntsman School, which now counts over 900...

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My Huntsman Experience: Scott Laneri

Much like Jon M. Huntsman, the Huntsman School of Business itself is a giver. The term “giver” comes from Adam Grant’s book Give and Take, where he writes that there are three types of people in the world: takers, matchers, and givers. Takers are those who are always trying to get as much...

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