Join us for an hour with our expert panelists who will share what got them interested in Economics and the exciting places Economics has taken them, to be followed by Q&A.. Thursday, January 27, 2022, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Department of Economics is pleased to announce that it will continue to be part of Columbia University’s Bridge to the Ph.D. program in 2022.
Sponsored by the American Economic Association and originally by a National Science Foundation grant, the fellowship allows the fellow to spend a summer in residence at a sponsoring research institution.. Key dates: Applications should be received by February 1.
We invite you to the third in a series of online conversations, jointly organized with the International Economic Association on “Diversifying Economics Globally.” This one features Penny Goldberg (Yale; former editor, AER, president of the Econometric Society), Rema Hanna (Harvard, Co-editor, AER and former editor REStat and JHR), Jim Poterba
Showcasing frontier research to enhance economic opportunity and inclusive growth. (Past event, click to watch the recording and read the papers.
Cultivating Inclusion in STEM: Imagining the Future | December 14, 10:30AM—12PM Social Justice in the Mathematics Classroom: Policing and Racial Profiling | December 14, 1:30—3PM Pedagogies in the Flesh: Toward an Anti-Racist Feminist Classroom | December 15, 1:30—3PM
This virtual event is aimed at undergraduate students majoring in Economics (or related fields), with the goal of providing students with information about some of the many diverse career options available. This year, the conference will take place over three days: Tuesday, November 16 5:00-7:30 PM ET Wednesday, November 17
Please join us in honoring Dr. Mabel Ping-Hua Lee, Barnard College (1916) PhD, Columbia Economics (1921). November 8, 2021 Monday, 6:00pm EST. Virtual Event. Click to view details and to register on zoom.
We would like to invite students in your department, particularly those from underrepresented communities, to apply by the deadline of Sunday, October 31st. Research in Color (RIC) is a Black women-led non-profit that aims to increase the number of historically underrepresented scholars in economics and related fields.
2022 Hybrid Conference Weekend of Events February 17 - 20, 2022 | Washington, DC The Sadie Collective will gather hundreds of Black women and allies from across the nation to hear from trailblazing Black women in the industry during our four day hybrid conference experience in Washington, D.C. Events will
The Mentoring “Breakfast” for Junior Economists is for untenured assistant professors or equivalent (approximately 7 years or fewer since Ph.D.), and graduate students on the job market. The Peer Mentoring "Breakfast" for Mid-career Economists creates an opportunity for exchange and peer mentoring for mid-career economists. Click to read more and
We are currently accepting nominations for the Carolyn Shaw Bell Award. Nominations are due September 15, 2021. Also, applications are due on Friday, July 30, 2021 for "Successfully Navigating Your Economics PhD: A Mentoring Workshop for 3rd and 4th Year Women/Non-Binary Economics PhD Students". Please click for the full announcement!
Call for Applications. Successfully Navigating Your Economics PhD: A Mentoring Workshop for 3rd and 4th Year Women/Non-Binary Economics PhD Students. Friday,****APPLICATIONS DUE FRIDAY, JULY 30, 2021****
Register now for a book launch webinar celebrating the contributions of America’s first Black economist, Dr. Sadie T.M. Alexander.
The webinar will be held on June 15 from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. EST. The book Democracy, Race, and Justice: The Speeches and Writing of Sadie T.M. Alexander recognizes the long-overlooked contributions of a pioneer of feminism, economics, and civil rights. Scheduled participants are Alexander’s daughters Mary Cannaday and
In May 2021, AEAStat, in collaboration with members of the National Economic Association, issued a report on the challenges and opportunities for improvement in measuring the economic consequences of systemic racism and discrimination
The report is available by clicking on the learn more button below, and the findings have been presented to various statistical agencies and the Senate Budget Committee.
Successfully Navigating Your PhD: A Mentoring Workshop for 3rd & 4th Year Women & Non-Binary PhD Students in Health Economics & Health Policy, Part 1
CSWEP is organizing a half-day mentoring workshop for women/non-binary third- and fourth-year economics Ph.D. students the Friday afternoon before the SEA meetings begin on September 17, 2021.
Successfully Navigating Your PhD: A Mentoring Workshop for 3rd & 4th Year Women & Non-Binary PhD Students in Health Economics & Health Policy, Part 2
CSWEP is organizing a half-day mentoring workshop for women/non-binary third- and fourth-year economics Ph.D. students the Friday afternoon before the SEA meetings begin on November 19, 2021.