Founded in 2016, the USC Economics Review is the University of Southern California’s undergraduate academic economics journal. We are a completely student-run organization and our content is researched, written and edited by students. We apply critical economic thinking and theory to the most pressing policy, private sector and public welfare issues of our time.

Our mission: The Review provides a platform for undergraduates to discuss their views on economics-related topics and current events. We help USC undergraduates develop their understanding of economic issues and encourage a healthy debate among the student body.

Disclaimer: The views published in this journal are those of the individual authors and do not reflect the opinions or policies of the USC Economics Review staff, the Department of Economics of the University of Southern California or its faculty, or the University of Southern California in general.