The Economic Analysis & Policy Group studies globalization, regulation of energy markets and competition in the new economy. The faculty includes internationally-renowned scholars and leaders in applied microeconomics and in global macroeconomics, studying public policy, including antitrust, innovation, telecommunications, energy, airlines, health, banking, human resources, international trade, and strategy.
EAP core classes include Business Decision making, Data and Decisions, Macroeconomics in the Global Economy, and Strategy. Among EAP electives are Competitive Corporate Strategy; Energy and the Environment; Strategy, Structure and Incentives; International Finance; Network Strategy; and Game Theory for Negotiations. EAP faculty, Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian, literally wrote the book on the New Economy--the best-selling Information Rules.