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Graduate Student Mallory Avery talks about colonial resistance and economic development.

Fifth-year PhD student Mallory Avery shares her research on colonial resistance and economic development on... View »

Professor Berkowitz invited for a summer residency with Rockefeller Foundation

Professor Daniel Berkowitz has been invited to be a resident at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio... View »

Professor Vesterlund was Keynote Speaker at the ESA Asia-Pacific Meeting

Professor Lise Vesterlund was the Keynote Speaker at the ESA Asia-Pacific Meeting, NYU Abu Dhabi and presented an NYU Abu Dhabi... View »

Professor Albanesi awarded a National Science Foundation Grant

Professor Stefania Albanesi was awarded a National Science Foundation Grant in July, 2019 for The 2007-2009 Housing Crisis: Causes, Policy Response and Long Term Implications.

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Professor Albanesi OeNB Visiting Professorship at the University of Vienna

Professor Albanesi participated in a panel Discussion "Wealth Inequality and... View »

Professor Albanesi will be Wim Duisenberg Fellow at the European Central Bank

Professor Stefania Albanesi will be Wim Duisenberg Fellow at the European Central Bank from... View »

Professor Albanesi will be Wim Duisenberg Fellow at the European Central Bank

Professor Stefania Albanesi will be Wim Duisenberg Fellow at the European Central Bank from... View »

Apply for the Harvey Cohen Undergaduate Research Prize

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Hot Metal Bridge Post-Bac Program Fellowship applications now being accepted.

Applications are now being accepted for the Hot Metal Bridge Post-Bac Program Fellowships for the 2019-2020 academic year.

This two-semester post-baccalaureate fellowship program... View »
NBER research report co-authored by PhD candidate Prottoy Akbar makes the news in India.
An NBER working paper by PhD candidate Prottoy Akbar, a 2018-2019 Andrew Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, has recently received considerable press coverage in India. The paper, titled "Mobility and... View »
Alumna Wins Schwarzman Scholarship

Sangya Gyawali (A&S ’16), who studied anthropology and economics at Pitt, is one of 147 scholars headed to... View »

Professor Jason Cook's work is referenced in The New York Times

Professor Jason Cook's working paper "Is there Still son Preference in the United States?" is referenced in The New York Times article:... View »

Pitt Economic Alumna Lia Petrose Named 2019 Rhodes Scholar

Lia Petrose ( A & S '17), who earned degrees in neuroscience and economics has been named a 2019... View »

Professor Jason Cook received the Distinguished CESifo Affiliate Award

Professor Jason Cook was awarded the Distinguished... View »

Professor Allison Shertzer has featured article in the Journal of Economic History

The Editors of The Journal of Economic History are pleased to announce Shari Eli, Laura Salisbury and Allison Shertzer's article, "... View »

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