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Congratulations to Economics majors Jessica Rachel Glockner and Noah Christopher McCullough for being named to the College of Arts and Sciences list of highest ranking Spring 2015 graduates.
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The Department of Economics is currently accepting applications for the Assistant Professor position. For more information click here
Nobel Laureate, Professor Paul Krugman gives public Lecture
The theme of his talk was "that old-fashioned macro, including of course the liquidity trap, has done remarkably well in this crisis. Unfortunately, half the macroeconomics profession forgot all that, and most policy makers chose to ignore it in practice.
Spring 2015 Seminar Series
(All Seminars are on Thursdays, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM)
|March 26, 2015||Testing the Efficiency of Peer vs. Centralized Enforcement and Sanctioning.||Greg DeAngelo|
|April 09, 2015||Short-Run Forecastability of Gasoline Prices.||Michael Noel|
|April 23, 2015||Taxation, Credit Frictions and the Cyclical Behavior of the Labor Wedge.||Salem Abozaid|
|May 01, 2015||TBA||Outside Speaker (TBA)|