Department of Economics

Department of Economics

The Department of Economics is committed to outstanding research and research-based education at all levels. We are particularly strong in microeconomic theory and empirical microeconomics with a focus on labor and personnel economics, energy and environmental economics, and competition and innovation on economics.

We offer Bachelor's, Master's and PhD degrees in Economics. The study programmes are structured to ensure internationally recognized qualifications and a lifelong human capital.

We are part of Helsinki Graduate School of Economics. Helsinki GSE is a unit for economic research and graduate education that was established in 2018 together with Hanken School of Economics and the University of Helsinki.

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Get to know our work

We strive for outstanding economic research, teaching and societal impact

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Research

Researchers at the Department of Economics are active participants in the international academic community and they also engage in societal debates.

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People

Meet our professors, researchers, doctoral students and staff.

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Studies

Economics can be studied as a major in the Bachelor's Programme, in the Master’s Programme and in the PhD Programme, or as a minor in any of the school's Bachelor’s or Master’s Programmes.

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Contact information

Visiting address

Ekonominaukio 1
FI-02150 Espoo
Finland

Postal address

Department of Economics
Aalto University School of Business
PO BOX 21210
FI-00076 AALTO
FINLAND

Department Administration

Head of the Department: Professor Matti Liski
Secretary: Maria Nyberg

Kauppakorkeakoulu, jonka edustalla istuu neljä opiskelijaa. Kuva: Unto Rautio / Aalto-yliopisto

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News

Opiskelijoita Kauppakorkeakoululla. Kuva: Aalto-yliopisto / Unto Rautio
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School of Business’ Dean awarded successful business students

School of Business' Dean Timo Korkeamäki awarded 31 students who had graduated during the academic year 2020-2021 and who had completed their degree within the normative length of studies and with excellent grades.
Ths picture shows Assistant Professor Ciprian Domnisoru and Professor, Nobel Laureate David Card.
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Research co-operation with a Nobel Laureate

According to Assistant Professor Ciprian Domnisoru, David Card is a meticulous, hard-working, kind, and fun co-author who often uses a Finnish painting as his Zoom background.
Miten talous toimii? -verkkokurssi (MOOC)
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Finns to become the best people with regard to the economy – a new open online course on economic fundamentals supports the achievement of this goal

Miten talous toimii? (‘How does the economy work?’) is the first extensive Finnish MOOC on the impacts of the economy on our lives.
Björn Wahlroos piti Jaakko Honko -luennon 2021. Kuva: Roope Kiviranta
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Finland’s cost competitiveness is poor, says Björn Wahlroos in Jaakko Honko lecture

The lecture that carries the name of Chancellor Jaakko Honko was held as a remote event this year.

Events

CSNOW - The Network of Women in Computer Science
Online event

CSNOW - The Network of Women in Computer Science

On January 27 come and hear about the CSNOW initiative at ETH Zurich for breaking down gender-based barriers and prejudices.
Intro to Scientific Computing 2022

Intro to Scientific Computing 2 - 4 February 2022

Are you starting your doctoral studies and you are unsure about the computational resources available for you? You are working from remote, but would you like to have more resources for your data science tasks? Would you like to learn about High Performance Computing (HPC) in practice? Join our hands-on course for data science workflows with HPC.
designtalks_cities
Online event

#3 DesignTalks: The relevance of design for cities

Why design is especially useful for cities? Núria Solsona (Aalto University) and Päivi Hietanen (City of Helsinki) are sharing their insights. Everyone is welcome to join!
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Ekonominaukio 1 staircase to 1st floor. Photo by Unto Rautio.
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