Professor Walsh in cited in Pacific Standard, Citylab.
Professor Randy Walsh discusses Why Some Home Prices Rebound Quickly After a Forest Fire in an... View »
We are saddened to report that Werner Troesken, Professor of Economics at the University of Pittsburgh, passed away on September 14th.
Werner completed his PhD in economics at Washington University, St. Louis in 1992. He was an insightful and innovative economic historian who broke new ground in the study of health, race, and... View »
Professor Lise Vesterlund's article in the Harvard Business Review
Economics Student Zachary Mattson Awarded David C. Frederick Scholarship
The award grants $10,000 to exceptional, high-achieving students, so they can reduce their work hours to focus on more academic pursuits. Zach has always been a mentor to other students on campus... View »
Harvey Cohen Undergaduate Research Prize
We are happy to announce the first class of Harvey Cohen Undergaduate Research Prize winners:
Manpreet Dhankar... View »
Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences profiles PhD student Jiyeon Kim and her research.
The Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences has profiled PhD student Jiyeon Kim as part of its Student Spotlight series. Jiyeon explains the significance of her research and why she chose to... View »
Professor Ripoll is the Program Co-Chair for the SED conference
Professor Marla Ripoll will serve as Program Committee Co-Chair for the 2019 Society for Economic Dynamics Annual Conference to be held... View »
Professor David Huffman's AEA interview.
NBER covers the research of Professors Shertzer and Walsh
Alessandro Conway awarded 2018-2019 Fulbright U. S. Student Grant to France
Congratulations to Alessandro Conway (’17 BPhil in Economics and International and Area Studies, certificate in West European Studies) on winning the 2018-19 Fulbright U.S. Student Grant to France... View »
Professor Berkowitz will be featured as a Keynote Speaker at Peking University
Professor Albanesi's work featured on NPR's "All Things Considered"
Professor Vesterlund is featured by the National Science Foundation for Women's History Month
For Women's History Month, the National Science Foundation asked social, behavioral, and economic scientists to comment on their research about gender disparities and the science of women in... View »
Joe Kannarkat, Economics Major, has been awarded the inaugural Kanders Churchill Scholarship
Professor Stefania Albanesi to deliver Keynote Lecture March 22 in Lexington Kentucky
Stefania Albanesi will present the Claude R. Bowles, Jr. Keynote Lecture at the 14th Biennial University of Kentucky College of Law... View »