1. Understand and apply multiple economic paradigms, including those not typically emphasized in traditional curricula; 2. Use interdisciplinary and intersectional research methods to interrogate questions of employment, inequality, discrimination, economic (in)security, and related issues;3. Develop data skills to examine these challenges from macro and micro perspectives;4. Write public policy briefs for policy-making audiences.
All undergraduate students at OSUN member institutions. Applicants from all programs are welcome.
At each institution, a student can earn the certificate by completing:
Pavlina R. Tcherneva, Bard College[email protected]