Economics examines the behavior of markets, economies and their specific components. Research and study at the Tepper School includes macroeconomic theory, banking and financial markets, fiscal and monetary policy, public finance, corporate governance, business cycles, labor market dynamics, microeconomic theory, contract theory and commerce.

    • Laurence Ales

      Ales, Laurence

      Assistant Professor of Economics


      Phone: 412-268-7058

    • Katharine Anderson

      Anderson, Katharine A.

      Assistant Professor of Economics and Entrepreneurship


      Phone: 412-268-6143

    • Jerome Apt

      Apt, Jerome

      Professor of Technology; Affiliated Professor, Department of Engineering and Public Policy; Director of Carnegie Mellon Electricity Industry Center


      Phone: 412-268-3003