Competitive equilibrium fraud in markets for credence-goods by Yen-Lin Chiu and Edi Karni This is a study of the nature and prevalence of persistent fraud in a competitive market for […]
Department News and Announcements Archive
Congratulations to Derin Aksit, Lalit Contractor, Prerna Rakheja, Pavel Solis and Shiqi Wang, who all successfully finished their job market process! Derin Aksit – Senior Associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Boston Lalit Contractor – […]
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Matthew Kahn and Mac McComas of the 21st Century Cities Initiative discuss the decline of post-industrial cities and what can be done to reinvigorate their economies and communities.
The Department of Economics at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland invites applications for a full-time position as Lecturer. The primary duties of the position will be teaching undergraduate courses […]
Our longstanding tradition of holding an annual ASSA reception did not stop during the Pandemic. The JHU economics department successfully held the first virtual ASSA reception for around 30 alumni and […]
Breaking the Zero Lower Bound Period: The Shift Across Two Unconventional Policies The impact of unconventional monetary policies on asset prices can be broken into two distinct time periods in […]
Read a detailed piece on recent research from Filipe Campante, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of International Economics, in the fall issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine. He and two co-authors offered insight into […]
Economics professor Christopher Carroll was featured in the fall 2020 Arts & Sciences Magazine for his macroeconomic model and resulting dashboard that helps predict how the average consumer would respond […]
Congratulations to Professor John Quah for being chosen as an Econometric Society 2020 Fellow. The Econometric Society is an international society of academic economists for the advancement of economic theory in […]
Congratulations to Luigi Durand, Osama Khan, and Sung Ah Bahk, who all successfully defended their dissertations!