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The Order of the Rising Sun Awarded to Professor David Weinstein

The Order of the Rising Sun, established in 1875 by Emperor Meiji, was Japan’s first award. It is conferred on behalf of the Emperor of Japan as one of the...
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The Order of the Rising Sun Awarded to Professor David Weinstein

Professor Pierre-Andre Chiappori is awarded the 2023 Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize

The annual Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize is awarded to a renowned international economist whose research combines both the theoretical and the empirical by Toulouse School of Economics.
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Professor Pierre-Andre Chiappori is awarded the 2023 Jean-Jacques Laffont Prize

Ebonya Washington has been elected as a Vice-President of the American Economic Association for 2024

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Ebonya Washington has been elected as a Vice-President of the American Economic Association for 2024

Masters Alumni Belén Hípola, winner of the 2023 Master’s SynThesis Competition

The first-place winner was Belén Hípola (M.A. Economics). Her SynThesis talk was about the high rates of school retention (holding students back a grade) in Brazil and its effects on...
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Masters Alumni Belén Hípola, winner of the 2023 Master’s SynThesis Competition

Remembering Padma Desai (1931-2023)

On Tuesday, May 30th 2023, 4-6pm, we will celebrate the life and career of Padma Desai, at St. Paul’s Chapel, Columbia University.
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Remembering Padma Desai (1931-2023)

Navin Kartik awarded the Lenfest Distinguished Faculty Award.

The Lenfest Distinguished Faculty Awards honor the presence and the work of extraordinary faculty in A&S. These faculty represent the highest achievements of research, teaching, and service to Columbia.
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Navin Kartik awarded the Lenfest Distinguished Faculty Award.

Spotlight on Noémie Pinardon-Touati, Assistant professor in the department of economics.

Noémie Pinardon-Touati took part in the 2022 Review of Economic Studies North American Tour. Some of the most promising graduating doctoral students in economics and finance in the world are...
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Spotlight on Noémie Pinardon-Touati, Assistant professor in the department of economics.

A Pioneering Economist Wants to Level the Playing Field

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A Pioneering Economist Wants to Level the Playing Field

PER Field or Experimental Research & Data Purchase Grant Recipients Announced

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PER Field or Experimental Research & Data Purchase Grant Recipients Announced

RECENT SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Gendered Effects of Globalization and Development
Joseph Stiglitz , Kevin Gallagher, Jeronim Capaldo, M. Shahe Emran, Arjun Jayadev, José Antonio Ocampo, Dani Rodrik
Journal of Globalization and Development, Volume 14, Issue 2, December 2023
Mandatory Retirement for Judges Improved the Performance of US State Supreme Courts
W. Bentley MacLeod , Elliott Ash
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, Volume 16, Number 1, Pages 518-48, February 2024
Prolonged Learning and Hasty Stopping: The Wald Problem with Ambiguity
Yeon-Koo Che , Sarah Auster, Konrad Mierendorff
American Economic Review, Volume 114, Number 2, Pages 426-61, February 2024
Is it the Message or the Messenger? Examining Movement in Immigration Beliefs
Hassan Afrouzi , Carolina Arteaga, Emily K. Weisburst
Journal of Political Economy, Accepted, October 2023
Firm-Level Upgrading in Developing Countries
Eric Verhoogen
Journal of Economic Literature, Volume 61, Number 4, Pages 1410-64, December 2023
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