Yang Song is a recipient of the Chou Fellowship for Economics, a prestigious two-year fellowship awarded biennially to the Department's top incoming student from China.
Martin Saavedra, whose research focuses on the impact of early life shocks on economic and health outcomes later in life, was awarded a K. Leroy Irvis Fellowship as an entering student.
Welcome members of the incoming 2011 graduate class.
Jean-François Richard, Distinguished University Professor of Economics, uses simulations to approximate solutions to analytically intricate problems.
Michael LeGower is a recipient of the Reuben Slesinger Fellowship, awarded annually to the most outstanding entering graduate student.
Serife Genc’s research in the field of macroeconomics focuses on education and immigration policies and the structural transformation of developing countries.
Shirley Cassing, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies, has interests ranging from food and agricultural policy to the analysis of sports statistics using econometrics.
Lise Vesterlund, Mellon Professor of Economics, uses experiments to study how men and women differ in their response to competition and how different fundraising mechanisms affect charitable giving.