Recently I have been more and more interested in development economics. It is a way to look at the world.
It is closely related with people’s preference and therefore psychology. By studying economics, we gain a more rational interpretation and forecast of people’s behavior.
Economics is in itself a social sciences subject. I took urban economics course for this quarter, and have encountered many familiar topics in my high school geography class. The elements of geography, politics, psychology, and businessm and many more, are woven into the process of urbanization. To know about the city’s birth and growth is like to learn how a person passes his life.
Economics facilitates a more well rounded way to look at the world we’re in.