Faculty and graduate students were well represented at the AEA Meetings in Chicago, January 6-8. Professors Balat, Carroll, Hu, Jeanne, Korinek, Papageorge, and Wright were on the program. The alumni reception was attended by more than 50 people and by many of the Department’s graduate alumni, with those attending having the opportunity to meet old […]
Department News and Announcements Archive
Two times in a row! Our Economics Department won the JHU Intramural 3vs3 Basketball League last night and the JHU Kickball Tournament in late September. Kudos to our teams! See the photo gallery for more pictures of our winners.
Congratulations to Jiaxiong Yao, Yiyang Li, Yajing Jiang, Alexandria Zhang, Metin Uyanik, and Mikhail Smirnov, who all successfully defended their dissertations.
Congratulations to Marco Cornia, Sevcan Yesiltas, Ryan Bush, Burcin Kisacikoglu, Boqun Wang and Sang Ah Lee, who all successfully defended their dissertations.
Professor John Quah was elected a Fellow of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory. This society publishes Economic Theory, one of the top journals of the field of economic theory.
The 2016 NSF/NBER/CEME Conference on Mathematical Economics will be hosted by the Department of Economics at Johns Hopkins on October 29th and 30th. Please visit the conference page for detailed information.
As part of a multi-disciplinary team of researchers from across Johns Hopkins University, Assistant Professor Anton Korinek has won a JHU Discovery Award to study the societal costs of antimicrobial resistance. The Discovery Awards are designed to bring together expertise from across the university to tackle big problems in topics such as health, society, and the ecosystem. Professor […]
A recent 214-page paper by Professor Laurence Ball entitled “The Fed and Lehman Brothers” was discussed in a New York Times article. It says “a widely respected academic – Laurence M. Ball, chairman of the economics department at Johns Hopkins University and author of “Money, Banking and Financial Markets” – has produced the most comprehensive and […]
Assistant Professor Nicholas Papageorge’s research, jointly with Seth Gershenson and Stephen B. Holt, was cited in the July 1, 2016 issue of Science Magazine. Their research on teacher expectations found that nonblack teachers have lower expectations for black students than black teachers do, among other findings.
The Economics Department is pleased to announce that four graduate students have received awards for the 2015-2016 academic year. Ed Crawley received the Eugenio and Patricia Castillo Award for the best performance of a student in the first two years in the program and Sohini Mahapatra received the Bruce Hamilton Research Seminar Award for the […]