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Department News and Announcements Archive
Qingyang Han, a graduate student in the department, has been awarded Provost’s office Covid relief travel/research fellowship grant. The aim of the award is to support Qingyang’s research plans that […]
Robert Moffitt, Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Economics, coauthored a paper with John Fitzgerald titled “The Supplemental Expenditure Poverty Measure: A new method for measuring poverty“. The paper was discussed at the […]
Congratulations to Melih Firat, Jakree Koosakul, Andreea Rotarescu, Himanshu Verma, Sahan Yildiz, and Tongli Zhang who all successfully finished their job market process! Melih Firat – IMF Jakree Koosakul – […]
Nicholas Papageorge, Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor of Economics, was featured in WalletHub’s recent article about States Whose Unemployment Claims Are Recovering the Quickest. Professor Papageorge discussed how has the vaccine distribution […]
Graduate Student Aniruddha Ghosh has been awarded the 2021-22 Oskar Morgenstern fellowship by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. The Mercatus Center’s Oskar Morgenstern Fellowships are awarded to graduate students […]
The Central Bank of Hungary presented the Award to Prof. Yoshino in recognition of his breakthrough achievements and transformative career in the field of green finance. The ceremony took place in Budapest, […]
Matthew Zahn, a graduate student in the Department, was awarded a $20,000 pilot grant from the Hopkins Business of Health Initiative to study the impacts of hospital consolidation on patient safety. The project […]
Nicholas Papageorge, Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor of Economics, and Matthew Zahn, a graduate student in the department, had their work on modeling behavior during a pandemic highlighted in The New […]
Economist and Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Economics Robert Moffitt discusses how the American Rescue Plan's monthly allowance is lifting children out of poverty, cutting food insecurity, and investing in children as a society.