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"Public policy in the United States is changing right now in radical ways. From immigration and minimum wage issues to changes in health care, millions of people are being affected. For my students, it's an opportunity to see how economic theory plays out in real time — and in real life."

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Markets, Innovation & Design

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"The MIDE major is designed to give students training for a certain way of creative thinking, and it prepares you for a wide variety of fields."

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"The students here are the main focus. They take an active part in research, write up their papers and, in many cases, present them at national conferences themselves."

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Political Science

Janiel Slowly ‘19

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