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Department Chair: Wade E. Martin

Department Office: Social Science/Public Affairs (SS/PA), Rm 361A

Telephone / FAX: (562) 985-5061 / (562) 985-5804



Faculty: Yutian (Kate) Chen, Elaine F. Frey, Edward Funkhouser, Lisa M. Grobar, Jack W. Hou, Jiwwon Kim, Xuemei Liu, Wade E. Martin, Marshall H. Medoff, Chen Feng Ng, Seiji Steimetz, Heather Stephens, Steve Yamarik, Guy M. Yamashiro


  • Undergraduate: ATLAS (Advising Teaching Liberal Arts Students) PH1-104
  • Telephone: (562) 985-7804
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Graduate: Chen Feng Ng

Career Possibilities

Economist • Agricultural Economist • Financial Analyst • Industrial Analyst • International Trade Economist • Labor Specialist • Market Research Analyst • Tax Analyst • Investment Analyst • Teacher • Securities Salesperson • Bank Management • Loan Officer • Investment Counselor • Social Researcher • Auditor • Credit Analyst • Statistician • Urban Planner (Some of these, and other careers, require additional education or experience. For more information, see


When resources are scarce, difficult choices must be made on how resources are to be divided among competing uses. Economics is a social science that addresses the efficient allocation of scarce resources.

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