Marcelo Fernandez, an expert on market and mechanism design, will join us as an Assistant Professor in September. He has just completed his PhD at the California Institute of Technology. Brendan Daley, an expert on the theory of financial markets, will be joining us as an Associate Professor in January 2019. He has previously served […]
Department News and Announcements Archive
Congratulations to Ying Chen and Elena Krasnokutskaya, who have both been promoted from Assistant Professor to tenured Associate Professor after rigorous reviews by the Homewood Academic Council.
Congratulations to Daniel García, Mingjian Wang, Shaiza Qayyum and Emmanuel Garcia-Morales, who all successfully defended their dissertations!
It was another busy year for the Economics Department, with faculty and graduate student research activities, research conferences, seminars, and graduate student awards. Read the 2017-18 Newsletter here.
Congratulations to Kevin Yuan, Sung Ah Bahk and Andrew Gray, the winners of the 2017-2018 Professor Joel Dean Undergraduate Teaching Awards! These awards are given annually to those graduate students who have shown excellence as a teaching assistant or instructor in the undergraduate economics program. The award was initiated by Joel and Monia Dean and […]
The Economics Department is pleased to announce that five graduate students have received awards for the 2017-2018 academic year. Tongli Zhang received the Eugenio and Patricia Castillo Award for the best performance in the first two years in the program and Eric Chiu and Andrew Gray (tie) received the Bruce Hamilton Research Seminar Award for […]
Congratulations to Yi Xin, Chang Ma and Delong Li, who all successfully defended their dissertations!
Please join us for the second annual conference in the Social and Political Economics series, a joint endeavor of Johns Hopkins University’s Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. The theme of this year’s conference is “Influence and the Media.” Speakers from leading universities, with expertise in disciplines including […]
The JHU Arts and Sciences Magazine spotlighted a class taught by our Nick Papageorge on the economic underpinnings of risky behavior. Syllabus: Risky Business
Professor Ali Khan gave a seminar entitled “On Mathematics in the Human Sciences” on Friday, November 10. The seminar was sponsored by the Arrighi Center for Global Studies and co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology and Department of Anthropology.