Introduction of Economics:

Economics research is the cornerstone of our understanding of how societies allocate resources, make decisions, and navigate complex economic systems.


The study of individual economic agents, including consumers and firms, and their interactions in markets, pricing mechanisms, and decision-making processes.


Analyzing the aggregate behavior of economies, focusing on factors like inflation, unemployment, economic growth, and fiscal and monetary policies.

Behavioral Economics:

Investigating how psychological and cognitive biases influence economic choices and decision-making, with implications for consumer behavior and public policy.

Development Economics:

Studying the economic growth and well-being of countries and regions, addressing issues like poverty, inequality, and sustainable development.

International Economics:

Exploring the dynamics of global trade, exchange rates, international finance, and trade policies in an increasingly interconnected world.