On October 8th and 9th, the Department organized a conference in honor of Edi Karni, the Scott and Barbara Black Professor of Economics. It was attended by a large number […]
Department News and Announcements Archive
The Department of Economics welcomed our incoming class of doctoral students in the annual department celebration on September 12th. The incoming class consists of 9 students.
It was another busy year for the Economics Department, with faculty and graduate student research activities, research conferences, seminars, and graduate student awards.
A conference in honor of Krieger-Eisenhower Professor Robert Moffitt took place on September 9-10. Eleven distinguished economists gave papers at the conference and a five expert policy analysts participated in […]
Fed rate hikes won’t bring down inflation as long as government spending stays high, Professor Francesco Bianchi and Leonardo Melosi of the Chicago Fed wrote in a recent white paper presented at the Federal Reserve's annual research symposium in Jackson Hole, WY.
Nicholas Papageorge, Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor of Economics, was awarded a grant as a Co-Principal Investigator from the U.S. National Science Foundation with the project titled “Modeling Dynamic Disease-Behavior Feedbacks for […]
Mateo Velásquez-Giraldo and Matthew Zahn, graduate students in the department, have been awarded National Bureau of Economic Research dissertation fellowships for the academic year 2022-2023. Mateo is studying how survey […]
Ying Chen and M. Ali Khan have received Johns Hopkins Discovery Award with their interdisciplinary research on “Deception and Bad Faith Communication”. The research team consists of faculty members from […]
Francesco Bianchi officially joins Johns Hopkins as the Louis J. Maccini Professor as of July 1, 2022, after visiting Johns Hopkins as research professor during the 2021/2022 academic year. Professor Bianchi is […]
Economics is more than just Wall Street types or stock market prognosticators. Johns Hopkins economics faculty and students apply their tools to address the world's most important issues. Read more about the breadth of the department's work in the spring 2022 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine.