This year’s Health Econometrics Workshop will be held on September 27-29, 2018 in the Department of Economics at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD. Prof. Nicholas Papageorge will serve as the local co-chair for the workshop. We invite papers that develop new methods, assess existing methods, or highlight the use of non-proprietary software that address topical […]
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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.
Faruk Gül, the Susan Dod Brown Professor of Economics at Princeton University, delivered the seventh Simon Newcomb Lecture entitled “Revealed Preference and Behavioral Economics”.
Professor Xavier Gabaix (Harvard), delivered the 2017-2018 Richard Ely Distinguished Lecture Series October 23-26.
Congratulations to Alanna Bjorklund-Young, Dan Li, Yunting Liu and Sohini Mahapatra, who all successfully defended their dissertations!
The Department of Economics welcomed our incoming class of doctoral students in the annual department celebration on October 2nd. The incoming class consists of 8 students from the United States and 6 other countries.
Congratulations to Liuchun Deng, Jong Jae Lee, Victor Ronda and Sezer Yasar, 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, more work on rooms at the Department’s new location, and graduate student awards. Read the 2016-17 Newsletter here.