Professor Werner Troesken and Pitt graduates Brian Beach and Martin Saavedra honored with Arthur H. Cole Prize.
Professor Werner Troesken and his former students Brian Beach (William and Mary) and Martin Saavedra (Oberlin College) were awarded the Arthur H. Cole Prize for the best paper published in the... View »
Professor Rigotti cited in "Tech Startups Surprised to find Pittsburgh's assets add up" article.
Professor Huffman's research featured in the Wall Street Journal
Professor Huffman's research featured in the Wall Street Journal. Showing that "More patient people grow richer and healthier than their more impetuous peers, according to a new study that... View »
Professor Wilson has lead article in Quantitative Economics
The March issue of Quantitative Economics featured as the lead article Professor Wilson’s investigation of communication with multiple senders. The paper cleverly shows that full revelation may be... View »
Professor Shertzer has lead article in Journal of Public Economics
The latest issue of Journal of Public Economics featured as the lead article Professor Shertzer’s innovative research on immigrant group size and political mobilization. The paper can be... View »
Two faculty members cited in "Paris-to-Pittsburgh" article.
Professor Vesterlund's work is featured in The Atlantic
Ying Fang received the Chang Jiang Scholar's award
Ying Fang received his PhD from the Department of Economics of the University of Pittsburgh in 2006. He is currently a Full Professor at Xiamen University and has recently received the ... View »
Lia Petrose receives prestigious award
Cliometric Society Conference
Andrew Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship awarded to three graduate students
Congratulations to Hao Feng, Chengyling Luo and Siqiang Yang for being awarded the Andrew Mellon Predoctoral Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Chengying’s Mellon proposal... View »
Professors Shertzer and Walsh's Research Featured in The Washington Post blog and The Atlantic CityLab
Research on racial segregation and "white flight" by Professors Shertzer and Walsh was featured in articles on The Washington Post blog entitled... View »
Beyond Your Resume Workshop
Economics added to Hot Metal Bridge Program
We are pleased to announce that starting in AY2016-2017, Economics will be part of the Arts & Sciences Hot Metal Bridge Program, a two-semester post-baccalaureate fellowship program for... View »