We are very pleased to anounce the winners and runner-ups of our Annual Wueller Stpiends.
Columbia University Office of the Executive Vice President for Research announced the names of six teams receiving funding through Research Initiatives in Science and Engineering (RISE), one of the largest internal research grant competitions within the University. The annual award provides funds for up to six interdisciplinary faculty teams from
Bentley Macleod and Miguel Urquiola author “The big sort: college reputation and labor market outcomes”
The Big Sort: College Reputation and Labor Market Outcomes Picking a college is one of the most important decisions in a young person’s life. It will shape their experience over the next four years and likely determine their first job. New research suggests that the stakes could be even higher than
Congratulations to Evan Friedman, who has received an NSF doctoral dissertation grant for his project “Attention and Beliefs in Games: an Experiment”. Good luck with your continued research.
Prof. Richard Clarida has been featured on Bloomberg.com where he discusses Janet Yellen’s news conference and evidence of the Phillips Curve effect in US wages. Press for article.
Prof. Kate Ho’s study on health insurance competition and its effect on consumers has been featured in Microeconomic Insights. The article can be found at this link: http://microeconomicinsights.org/health-insurance-competition-effects-premiums-hospital-rates-welfare/
The Economics Department is pleased to congratulate Xingye Wu, a recipient of the prestigious Presidential Teaching Award for outstanding Teaching by Graduate Students.
We are happy to share that Ildiko Magyari, an Economics PhD student, was featured in both The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. Both articles mentioned her paper, “Firm Reorganization, Chinese Imports, and US Manufacturing Imports,”which explores the effect of Chinese imports on US companies.
Padma Desai, Gladys and Roland Harriman Professor of Comparative Economic Systems Emerita at Columbia University, is a leading scholar of the Soviet Union, Russia, and Transition Economies. Desai was a pioneering female student in economics at Harvard University and received her Ph.D. there in 1960. She came to Columbia in
We are proud to announce that José A. Scheinkman, the Charles and Lynn Zhang Professor of Economics, has been elected a new member of The American Finance Association’s Society of Fellows. Fellows are recognized for making a distinguished contribution to the field of finance. Click here for more information.