School of Economic, Political & Policy Sciences

Taxes May Have Worsened Housing Bubble

A UT Dallas economist found that property taxes did not reflect rising home values during the housing bubble that began in the early 2000s and led to the Great Recession. read more...

University Adds Bachelor's Degree in Public Policy

Starting this fall, the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences will offer a bachelor's degree in public policy that will include new courses focusing on legal and legislative issues related to science, big data and the internet. read more...

Career Opportunities are Plentiful in GIS

Dr. Denis Dean, dean of the School of Economic, Political and Policy Science and professor of geography and geospatial information science, said in an interview that there are many career opportunities for those willing to pursue advanced training in GIS. There is a particular need for extension of GIS knowledge into the field of analytics and problem solving, he said. read more...

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