- Bard College Libraries
Information on Internet and other resources at the Stevenson and Levy Economics Institute Libraries
- Levy Economics Institute at Bard College
A nonprofit, nonpartisan, public policy research organization located on the Bard campus. The Levy institute hosts regular seminar and conferences and has a dedicated research library.
- Moodle Course (for faculty and students only)
Forums on courses, program requirements, internships, summer programs, graduate school, career opportunities, Moderation and Senior Projects. Contact Sanjay DeSilva to enrollment.
- Placement Bard
Economics alums are employed in a variety of organizations in the private sector, government and the non-profit sector. Alumni profiles are available at this link.
- College Central Career Network
Job searches resources for Bard students maintained by the Career Development Office.
- Fall Recruiting Consortium New York City
Job interviews for students from a select group of colleges (Bard, Bowdoin, Swarthmore, Vassar, Sarah Lawrence, Wesleyan). For more information, contact the Career Development Office.
- Graduate School Placement
A large number of Bard economics graduates proceed to graduate programs in a variety of fields such as Ph.D and Masters in Economics, Environmental Studies, Development Studies, Public Policy, Law, Business Administration, Finance, Urban Studies, Architecture and History. Schools where economics majors gained admission recently include Columbia, Cornell, London School of Economics, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Cambridge, Oxford, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Carnegie Mellon, Duke, Washington University, NYU, U of Virginia, U of Maryland, U of California-San Diego, Indiana U, Georgetown, Boston College, Arizona State and the New School.
- Simon Graduate School of Business, University of Rochester
MBA Early Leaders Initiative. Bard students are eligible for direct admission to the MBA program and special scholarship opportunities.
- Bard 4-1 Dual Degree Program in Economics and Finance
BS Economics and Finance. Bard students in any program outside of economics can add a B.S. degree in Economics and Finance to their B.A. degree in one additional year.
- Bard Center for Environmental Policy - 3+2 Program
MS Environmental Policy; MS Climate Science and Policy. Bard undergraduates may proceed directly from three years of undergraduate study to one of the two-year master’s degree programs.
- Columbia University School of Engineering - 3+2 Program
BS Financial Engineering; BS Operations Research; BS Engineering Management Systems. Bard students with a strong economics, math and science background can obtain a BA in Economics from Bard and a BS in the above fields from Columbia in five years.
- Bard Center for Civic Engagement
The center coordinates civil engagement opportunities that include the Trustee Leadership Project, the Bard Prison Initiative and other internship and local/international partnerships that provide a variety of opportunities to students. http://www.bard.edu/civicengagement/projects/
- Bard Globalization and International Affairs Program in New York City
Internships suitable for economics students are available through a large network of organizations in public policy, global development, public health, media and the financial sector. The full list of partner organization is available at the following linkhttp://bgia.bard.edu/index.php?id=27
- Bard Urban Studies in New Orleans Program in New Orleans
Summer academic and internship program in urbanism, ecology and social policy. Internships at a variety of governmental and non-governmental organizations in community development, urban planning etc. http://www.bard.edu/neworleans/usno/internships.shtml
Central European University
Budapest, HungaryBard sponsored semester abroad program for advanced undergraduates interested in Masters level courses in Economics. Financial aid available.
Global Collaborative Summer Program, Kyung-Hee University
Seoul, KoreaSummer program co-hosted with University of Pennsylvania. Coursework in development economics and political economy. Scholarships available to Bard students.
Bard Globalization and International Affairs (BGIA) Program
New York City
Semester and summer programs with coursework in international studies and internships related to international affairs, public policy and economics.
International Human Rights Exchange - University of Witwatersrand
Johannesburg, South AfricaBard sponsored semester abroad program with coursework and internship related to human rights, development studies, public policy and law.
Other Study Abroad OpportunitiesIn addition to participating in Bard sponsored programs, economics majors study abroad at a variety of universities; recent examples include University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, London School of Economics (LSE), University of Bristol, the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) at University of London and Sorbonne, Paris.