Chair

    • Patrick Bayer
    • Professor
    • Bayer's research focuses on wide range of subjects including racial inequality and segregation, social interactions, housing markets, education, and crime. He has received numerous grants from the National Science Foundation, Social Science and Humanities Council of Canada, and the US Department of Education. His most recent work has been published ...
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Associate Chair

    • Charles M Becker
    • Research Professor and Director of MA Pre-PhD Advising and Placement, MA Financial Aid, and MA Strategic Planning
    • Charles Becker is interested in exploring the economies of such countries as Kazakhstan, India, sub-Saharan Africa, Russia, and Kyrgyzstan. His research has focused on economic demography, social security system forecasting, CGE modeling, mortality and disability risk, determinants of health care utilization, computable general equilibrium simulation modeling, and urban economics. ...
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Director

    • Thomas J. Nechyba
    • Professor of Economics and Public Policy and Director of EcoTeach Center
    • Professor Nechyba conducts his research within the fields of public finance, fiscal federalism, and the economics of education. His studies tend toward the investigation of function within local governments, public policy issues concerning disadvantaged families, and the economics behind primary and secondary education. He received funding for one of his latest projects, “An Empirical Investigation of Peer Effects in Schools and of Household Responses to School ...
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Director of Undergraduate Studies

    • Connel R Fullenkamp
    • Professor of the Practice
    • Professor Fullenkamp specializes in the investigation of financial market development and regulation of financial markets. His projects often involve the exploration of such variables as immigrant worker remittances, economic policy, and the development of countries. His completed papers have appeared in various leading academic journals, including ...
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Associate Director of Undergraduate Studies

    • Tracy A Falba
    • Visiting Assistant Professor
    • Professor Falba's research focuses on the economics of addiction, retirement behavior and well-being, and the consequences and determinants of various health behaviors. Her studies have explored the roles of life events, family dynamics, and health changes on outcomes such as smoking, depression, and alcohol abuse. Many of her studies explore ...
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Director of Graduate Studies

    • Curtis R. Taylor
    • Professor
    • Taylor's primary research interest  is microeconomic theory with emphasis on the areas of Industrial Organization, Political Economy, and the Theory of Contracts.  He has worked on a variety of topics such as: the optimal design of research contests, the causes and timing of market crashes, and consumer privacy. Professor Taylor's research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of  Agriculture, and ...
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Faculty

Regular Rank Faculty

    • Atila Abdulkadiroglu
    • Professor
    • Atila’s research focuses on mechanism design, market design and economics of education. His research has led to the design and implementation of better admissions policies in school choice programs in the US, including Boston and New York City. His research in economics of education focuses on on the impact of education on student achievement and ...
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    • Attila Ambrus
    • Associate Professor
    • Professor Ambrus’ research focuses on a broad range of subjects including game theory, experimental economics, microeconomic theory, industrial organization, political economics, development economics and economic history. He has received various grants from the National Science Foundation. His most recent work has been published in the American ...
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    • Peter Arcidiacono
    • Professor
    • Professor Arcidiacono specializes in research involving applied microeconomics, applied economics, and labor economics. His research primarily focuses on education and discrimination. His work focuses specifically on the exploration of a variety of subjects, such as structural estimation, affirmative action, minimum wages, teen sex, discrimination, ...
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    • Patrick Bayer
    • Professor
    • Bayer's research focuses on wide range of subjects including racial inequality and segregation, social interactions, housing markets, education, and crime. He has received numerous grants from the National Science Foundation, Social Science and Humanities Council of Canada, and the US Department of Education. His most recent work has been published ...
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    • Charles M Becker
    • Research Professor and Director of MA Pre-PhD Advising and Placement, MA Financial Aid, and MA Strategic Planning
    • Charles Becker is interested in exploring the economies of such countries as Kazakhstan, India, sub-Saharan Africa, Russia, and Kyrgyzstan. His research has focused on economic demography, social security system forecasting, CGE modeling, mortality and disability risk, determinants of health care utilization, computable general equilibrium simulation modeling, and urban economics. ...
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    • Francesco Bianchi
    • Assistant Professor
    • Currently, Bianchi’s main research interests involve the role of agents’ beliefs in explaining changes in the reduced form properties of the macroeconomy. Bianchi has also done work on the interaction between the real economy and the term structure of interest rates and on the role of rare events in shaping agents’ expectations.
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    • Tim Bollerslev
    • Juanita & Clifton Kreps Professor and Professor of Finance
    • Professor Bollerslev conducts research in the areas of time-series econometrics, financial econometrics, and empirical asset pricing finance. He is particularly well known for his developments of econometric models and procedures for analyzing and forecasting financial market volatility. Much of Bollerslev’s recent research has focused on the analysis of newly available high-frequency intraday, or ...
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    • Federico A. Bugni
    • Associate Professor
    • Professor Bugni’s research interests are in theoretical econometrics, partial identification, inference, moment (in)equalities, missing data, and stochastic processes. He has received grants from the National Science Foundation. His most recent work has been published in journals like Econometrica. He is currently working on projects the explore ...
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    • A. Craig Burnside
    • Professor
    • Burnside’s fields of specialization include macroeconomics and international finance. His recent research focuses on foreign exchange markets, government finance in emerging markets, and the effects of risk on economic growth. He has published articles in a number of academic journals, including the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political ...
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    • Bruce Caldwell
    • Research Professor
    • Professor Caldwell's research focuses on the history of economic thought, with a specific interest in the life and works of F. A. Hayek. He is the general editor of "The Collected Works of F.A. Hayek," which is published by the University of Chicago Press and Routledge. Within this series, he has recently edited "Studies on the Abuse and Decline of ...
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    • Michelle P. Connolly
    • Professor of the Practice
    • Professor Connolly’s research and teaching focus specifically on international trade, telecommunications policy, media policy, education, growth, and development. She has received funding for her research from Arts and Sciences Research Council Grants, the Spencer Grant, and the Teagle Grant. Recent titles of her writings include, “Sustaining ...
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    • Neil B. De Marchi
    • Professor
    • De Marchi specializes in both teaching and research that pertains to the history of economic ideas and the history of markets, and also the functioning of markets with a specific focus on art markets. He recently received a generous grant from the Luce Foundation for an economics/art history collaboration that he shared with Goodwin, Van Miegroet, ...
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    • Rafael Dix-Carneiro
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Dix-Carneiro's research focuses in understanding the transition of economies following trade liberalization or other major sector-specific shocks. He has also studied export behavior following exchange rate shocks and the relationship between industry-level skill premia and exports.
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    • Erica Field
    • Associate Professor
    • Professor Field’s major fields of interests are development economics, labor economics, economic demography, and health. Specifically, her research focuses on the areas of marriage and family, property rights, global health, and finance and entrepreneurship. She has received grants from the National Science Foundation, Agricultural Technology Adoption ...
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    • Connel R Fullenkamp
    • Professor of the Practice
    • Professor Fullenkamp specializes in the investigation of financial market development and regulation of financial markets. His projects often involve the exploration of such variables as immigrant worker remittances, economic policy, and the development of countries. His completed papers have appeared in various leading academic journals, including ...
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    • Kevin D. Hoover
    • Professor of Economics and Philosophy
    • Professor Hoover's research interests include macroeconomics, monetary economics, the history of economics, and the philosophy and methodology of empirical economics. His recent work in economics has focused on the application of causal search methodologies for structural vector autoregression, the history of microfoundational programs in macroeconomics, and Roy Harrod's early work ...
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    • V. Joseph Hotz
    • Arts & Sciences Professor of Economics
    • Professor Hotz specializes in the subjects of applied econometrics, labor economics, economic demography, and economics of the family. His studies have investigated the impacts of social programs, such as welfare-to-work training; the relationship between childbearing patterns and labor force participation of U.S. women; the effects of teenage pregnancy; the child care market; the Earned Income Tax Credit; and other such subjects. He began conducting his studies in 1977, and has ...
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    • Cosmin L Ilut
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Ilut’s major fields of interest are macroeconomics, international finance, asset pricing, and economics of information. Specifically, he focuses on the role of expectations and how agents incorporate information. He is currently focusing on settings in which agents face model uncertainty. Based on decision theoretical foundations (ambiguity aversion), he studies the role ...
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    • Nir Jaimovich
    • Associate Professor
    • Professor Jaimovich’s research focuses on business cycles and the macroeconomic implications of micro-product level data. His most recent work has been published in the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Theory, and the Journal of Monetary Economics. He is currently working on projects that explore the labor market, such as job polarization ...
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    • Shakeeb Khan
    • Professor
    • Professor Khan specializes in the fields of mathematical economics, statistics, and applied econometrics. His studies have explored a variety of subjects from covariate dependent censoring and non-stationary panel data, to causal effects of education on wage inequality and the variables affecting infant mortality rates in Brazil. He was awarded funding by ...
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    • Kent P Kimbrough
    • Professor and Director of MA Studies
    • Professor Kimbrough specializes in the fields of macroeconomics and international economics. His latest research explores the revenue maximizing inflation rate, optimal taxes and tariffs in the presence of private information, the welfare costs of inflation, and interest rate rules and uniqueness in the presence of transactions costs. In prior work ...
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    • Rachel Kranton
    • James B. Duke Professor of Economics
    • Rachel Kranton studies how institutions and the social setting affect economic outcomes. She develops theories of networks and has introduced identity into economic thinking. Her research contributes to many fields including microeconomics, economic development, and industrial organization. In Identity Economics, Rachel Kranton and collaborator ...
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    • Timur Kuran
    • Professor and Gorter Family Professor of Islamic Studies
    • Timur Kuran’s research spans the fields of political science, economics, history, and legal studies. He has written on the economic history and modernization of the Middle East, economic development in general, the political evolution of the Middle East, the political economy of social values, religion and economics, preference falsification, the ...
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    • Lori Leachman
    • Professor of the Practice
    • Professor Leachman is interested in studying the subjects of international trade, exchange rates, fiscal policy, and international macroeconomics. In conducting her research, she often incorporates intertemporal models, multicointegration and sustainability. Her current research project explores the political economy of intertemporal budgeting. ...
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    • Bahar Leventoglu
    • Associate Professor of Economics and Political Science
    • Professor Leventoglu specializes in the study of game theory, international relations, and political economy. Her research has specifically investigated such variables as models of war, international bargaining, regime transitions, social mobility, and ethnic conflict. Her work stems into three lines of research, the first involving leaders’ public statements in relation ...
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    • Tracy R. Lewis
    • Professor of Economics and Business
    • Professor Lewis specializes in the study of industrial organization and contracting theory. He has received funding from a number of grants throughout his career, including those awarded by the National Science Foundation, the Center for the Study of the Service Economy, the Canada Council, the Veteran’s Administration, and others. He has been ...
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    • Jia Li
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Li's research focuses on nonparametric estimation and inference of financial risk factors, such as volatility and jumps, based on high frequency financial data. Such data exhibit a microscopic view of asset price behaviors, but also raise new challenges for econometricians. He is currently working on a project for detecting jumps from the ...
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    • Hugh Macartney
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Macartney's broad research interests are in applied microeconomics, with an emphasis on the formation of human capital and the role of incentives in the public sphere. His recent work examines the unintended consequences that can arise in an education setting when reforms designed to hold teachers more accountable for the performance of ...
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    • Matthew A. Masten
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Masten's research focuses on econometrics, social interactions, and decision making. He is currently working on models with high dimensional heterogeneity and simultaneity, with applications to social interactions and peer effects.
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    • Arnaud Maurel
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Maurel’s research focuses on labor economics, economics of education, and econometrics. His most recent work has been published in the Journal of Econometrics, the Review of Economics and Statistics and Econometric Theory. He is currently working on projects that explore the determinants of college attrition, the effects of early grade ...
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    • David L. McAdams
    • Professor of Economics and Business
    • Professor McAdams' research interests focus on microeconomic theory and game theory, with a special focus on strategic interactions between buyers and sellers, including auctions, pricing, negotiations, and relationships. His work has been published in the Econometrica, American Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Political Economy, Journal of Economic Theory, and Journal ...
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    • Marjorie B McElroy
    • Professor
    • Professor McElroy focuses her research on the subjects of labor, demand systems, and financial economics. She has completed several of her research projects under the funding provided by National Science Foundation grants, including her latest work on the economics of the family in relation to bargain decision-making and marriage markets. She is ...
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    • Thomas J. Nechyba
    • Professor of Economics and Public Policy and Director of EcoTeach Center
    • Professor Nechyba conducts his research within the fields of public finance, fiscal federalism, and the economics of education. His studies tend toward the investigation of function within local governments, public policy issues concerning disadvantaged families, and the economics behind primary and secondary education. He received funding for one of his latest projects, “An Empirical Investigation of Peer Effects in Schools and of Household Responses to School ...
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    • Andrew J Patton
    • Professor
    • Professor Patton’s research areas include econometrics, financial economics and forecasting. His work focuses on improved models for risk and dependence between financial assets, methods for forecast evaluation and comparison, and empirical asset pricing. Patton's recent publications include "Simulated Method of Moments Estimation for Copula-Based Multivariate ...
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    • Pietro F. Peretto
    • Professor
    • Professor Peretto focuses his research pursuits on industrial organization, technological change, and other aspects pertaining to the field of macroeconomics. His studies have explored a variety of factors, such as international trade, growth and innovation, market structure, corporate taxation, industrial organization, development and the environment, ...
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    • Emma B Rasiel
    • Associate Professor of the Practice, Director of the Financial Education Partnership, Director of the Duke in New York Program
    • Professor Rasiel's primary area of interest is Behavioral Economics, with application to both finance and health care.
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    • James W. Roberts
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Roberts specializes in research pertaining to the general subjects of auctions, industrial organization, and applied microeconomics. His latest works include, “Unobserved Heterogeneity and Reserve Prices in Auctions” and “Can Warranties Substitute for Reputations?” He is also collaborating with Seda Ertac and Ali Hortacsu on “Entry ...
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    • Juan F. Rubio-Ramirez
    • Professor
    • Professor Rubio-Ramirez conducts research within the fields of dynamic equilibrium macroeconomic models and time series econometrics. Lately he has also being working on international economic issues, the relationship between volatility and macroeconomic fluctuations, and finance issues. His current works-in-progress include the projects entitled, ...
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    • Philipp Sadowski
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Sadowski researches topics in microeconomic theory. Most of his work investigates how individuals make decisions from an axiomatic, decision theoretic perspective but is also influenced by the rich evidence on economic decisions collected by behavioral economists and psychologists. His interaction with scientists from other fields is a result of his experience as a ...
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    • Seth G. Sanders
    • Professor
    • Professor Sanders specializes in the fields of economics and public policy. His research focuses specifically on four different lines of study, which include the trends of race and gender in relation to earnings among the highly educated; the effects of extreme economic changes on workers and families; the performance of gay and lesbian families within ...
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    • Todd Sarver
    • Associate Professor
    • Todd Sarver’s research focuses on microeconomic theory, decision theory, and behavioral economics. His interests include modeling psychological phenomenon such as regret and temptation, cognitive constraints and bounded rationality, and attitudes toward risk in dynamic environments. He has received grants from the National Science Foundation, and ...
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    • Frank A Sloan
    • J. Alexander McMahon Professor of Health Policy and Management and Professor of Economics
    • Professor Sloan is interested in studying the subjects of health policy and the economics of aging, hospitals, health, pharmaceuticals, and substance abuse. He has received funding from numerous research grants that he earned for studies of which he was the principal investigator. His most recent grants were awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Center for Disease Control, the ...
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    • Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato
    • Assistant Professor (arriving 2014)
    • Professor Suárez Serrato specializes in public finance and his main focus of research is the analysis of the effects of government spending and taxation at the local level. Through his research he has analyzed the short-term effects of government spending on local economic growth as well as the incidence of long-term changes in the provision of public services. ...
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    • Andrew T Sweeting
    • Associate Professor
    • Professor Sweeting's research has looked at a number of applied topics in empirical industrial organization and antitrust, including the effects of mergers in media and retail industries, the role of product repositioning in ameliorating the effects of mergers, market power in energy markets and the pricing and design of markets for perishable goods. ...
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    • George Tauchen
    • William Henry Glasson Professor of Economics and Professor of Finance
    • Professor Tauchen's research areas are financial economics and time series econometrics. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society, the American Statistical Association, and the Journal of Econometrics. He has published numerous articles in the areas of econometrics and financial economics. Professor Tauchen presents his research findings internationally in such cities as Buenos Aires, Taipei, Helsinki, Sydney, Paris, Madrid, Vienna, Tokyo, Chile, and London. He ...
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    • Curtis R. Taylor
    • Professor
    • Taylor's primary research interest  is microeconomic theory with emphasis on the areas of Industrial Organization, Political Economy, and the Theory of Contracts.  He has worked on a variety of topics such as: the optimal design of research contests, the causes and timing of market crashes, and consumer privacy. Professor Taylor's research has been supported by grants from the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Department of  Agriculture, and ...
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    • Duncan Thomas
    • Robert F. Durden Professor of Economics
    • Thomas' research interests focus on population health and development. His work delves inside the black box of the family to provide empirical evidence on how resources are allocated within families in very low resource environments and highlights the role of female empowerment in improving the well-being of the next generation. Understanding the ...
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    • Christopher D. Timmins
    • Professor
    • Professor Timmins specializes in the subjects of environmental and natural resource economics, industrial organization, and development, public, and regional economics. He works primarily on questions of non-market valuation techniques with particular interests in hedonic methods and estimable Tiebout sorting models. He has researched questions dealing with air pollution, climate change, toxic waste ...
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    • Giovanni Toniolo
    • Research Professor Emeritus and Research Professor of History
    • Professor Toniolo specializes in the field of European economic history in the 19th and 20th Centuries. He is interested in exploring European economic growth, international monetary cooperation, financial history and distribution of welfare and income over the last two centuries. His latest projects include the titles, “A Benevolent Industrial ...
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    • Edward Tower
    • Professor
    • Professor Tower specializes in finance, computable general equilibrium modeling, macroeconomics, development economics, microeconomics, and managerial economics. He conducts a majority of his research within the study of trade and development, exploring a variety of variables from tariffs, quotas, and time zone arbitrage, to equities, mutual funds, and ...
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    • Xiao Yu Wang
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Wang's major fields of interest are development economics and microeconomic theory. She uses a combination of theoretical and empirical tools to study the equilibrium emergence, evolution, and persistence of institutional structure, particularly in the unique environments of developing economies. She specializes in understanding informal ...
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    • E. Roy Weintraub
    • Professor
    • Professor Weintraub's current research interests include, and his current projects involve, issues in the historiography of economics particularly the role of biography, autobiography, and letters, and the history of the interconnection between mathematics and economics in the 20th century.
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    • Yi (Daniel) Xu
    • Assistant Professor
    • Professor Xu’s research focuses on Productivity, International Trade, and Industrial Organization. He has received grants from the National Science Foundation, the Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries, and the NET Institute. His most recent work has been published in the Rand Journal of Economics, the World Bank Economic Review, ...
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    • Huseyin Yildirim
    • Associate Professor
    • Professor Yildirim's recent research concerns charitable giving, sequencing of bilateral negotiations, and the value of (non-)blind review. His papers have appeared in top economics journals such as American Economic Review, Review of Economic Studies, Journal of Economic Theory, and RAND journal of Economics.
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Secondary Appointments

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    • James J. Anton
    • Professor of Business and Economics
    • James J. Anton is a Professor in the Economics Area at the Fuqua School of Business. He also has adjunct appointments in the Department of Economics at Duke and at UNC. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from Stanford University and, prior to joining the Fuqua faculty in 1989, he served on the faculty at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Professor Anton's interests are in the area of industrial organization ...
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    • Vincent Conitzer
    • Sally Dalton Robinson Professor of Computer Science and Economics
    • Professor Vincent Conitzer's research focuses on issues in the intersection of computer science (especially artificial intelligence) and economics. This includes the design of new marketplaces and other negotiation protocols that allow humans and software agents to express their preferences naturally and accurately, and that generate good outcomes ...
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    • Philip J. Cook
    • ITT/Sanford Professor of Public Policy and Economics and Professor of Economics and Sociology
    • One strand of Dr. Cook's research addresses the prevention of alcohol-related problems through restrictions on alcohol availability. A second strand concerns the economics of crime, with focus on violence. His recent books (with Jens Ludwig) include Gun Violence: The Real Costs (Oxford University Press, 2000), which develops and applies a framework for assessing ...
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    • James T. Hamilton
    • Charles S. Sydnor Professor of Public Policy; Professor of Political Science and Economics and Associate Professor of Economics
    • James T. Hamilton is the Charles S. Sydnor Professor of Public Policy, Economics, and Political Science at Duke University. His book All the News That’s Fit to Sell: How the Market Transforms Information into News (Princeton Press, 2004) examines how economic forces affect media content. He is also the author of Channeling Violence: The Economic ...
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    • Amar A Hamoudi
    • Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Economics; Faculty affiliate: Duke Population Research Institute, Duke Center for Interdisciplinary Decision Sciences, Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, Center for Child and Family Policy and Assistant Professor of Economics
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    • Randall A. Kramer
    • Professor of Resource and Environmental Economics in the Nicholas School
    • Randall A. Kramer is a professor of resource and environmental economics in the Nicholas School of the Environment and the Department of Economics at Duke University. Before coming to Duke in 1988, he taught in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He has also held visiting positions at IUCN-The World Conservation Union, the Economic Growth Center at Yale University, and the Indonesian Ministry of Forestry. He has served as a consultant ...
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    • Helen F. Ladd
    • Edgar T. Thompson Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Economics
    • Much of my current research focuses on education policy. As an applied policy-ioriented economist I address isues related to school finance, accountability, school choice, and teacher labor markets, in both the U.S. and selected other countries. My most recent (co-authored with Edward Fiske) book is on South Africa and is called "Elusive Equity: Education Reform in Post-Apartheid South Africa" (Brookings Institution Press, ...
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    • David B. Ridley
    • Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Riddick Associate Professor of the Practice of Business and Economics
    • In his research, David examines innovation, location, and pricing, especially in health care. To encourage innovation in medicines for neglected diseases, David, with Henry Grabowski and Jeffrey Moe, proposed a priority review voucher prize. The prize became law in 2007.
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    • Martin D. Smith
    • Associate Professor of School of the Environment and Economics
    • Professor Smith earned his PhD in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California at Davis and joined the Duke faculty in 2001. He is an associate editor of Marine Resource Economics. His research focuses on spatial issues in natural resource use and management with a particular emphasis on the economics of marine resources. Combining econometric ...
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Visiting Faculty

    • Tracy A Falba
    • Visiting Assistant Professor
    • Professor Falba's research focuses on the economics of addiction, retirement behavior and well-being, and the consequences and determinants of various health behaviors. Her studies have explored the roles of life events, family dynamics, and health changes on outcomes such as smoking, depression, and alcohol abuse. Many of her studies explore ...
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    • John H Komlos
    • Visiting Professor and Director of MA and MSEM Admissions
    • Professor Komlos has devoted most of his academic career developing and expanding the field of anthropometric history, which culminated in his founding the field of "Economics and Human Biology." He is among few scholars to publish in major journals of five disciplines: The American Economic Review, The American Historical Review, The American Journal of Human Biology, Statistical Methodology, and Mathematical Population Studies. Komlos was the first to explain why populations of the then developed world became shorter at the onset ...
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    • Genna Miller
    • Instructor
    • Professor Miller's research focuses on the performance of gender within two main areas: pedagogy and labor-managed firms. 1. Pedagogy. The flipped classroom and other pedagogies involving active-learning , have gained increasing attention and acceptance over the past few years. Professor Miller analyzes these pedagogies both theoretically and ...
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Emeritus Faculty

    • Edwin Burmeister
    • Research Professor Emeritus
    • Edwin Burmeister is the Research Professor of Economics Emeritua at Duke University. He specializes in the subjects of capital theory, economic growth, financial economics, and macroeconomics. Throughout his career, he has received numerous grants for his research from the National Science Foundation. These NSF grants have funded such projects as, ...
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    • Craufurd Goodwin
    • James B Duke Professor
    • Professor Goodwin specializes in the history of economic thought and policy. He has co-authored or edited over one hundred works over the last four decades. He recently published a chapter on “Art and Culture in the History of Economics,” to the Handbook of the Economics of Art and Culture and a chapter on Keynes and Bloomsbury to the Cambridge ...
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    • Henry G. Grabowski
    • Professor Emeritus and Director of Program in Pharmaceutical Health Economics
    • Professor Grabowski specializes in the investigation of economics in the pharmaceutical industry, government regulation of business, and the economics of innovation. His specific interests within these fields include intellectual property and generic competition issues, the effects of government policy actions, and the costs and returns to pharmaceutical R&D. He has ...
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    • Daniel A Graham
    • Professor Emeritus
    • Daniel A. Graham conducts research exploring the general subjects of game theory, the economics of information, and microeconomic theory. His microeconomic investigations focus specifically on uncertainty, including cost/benefit analysis, insurance, and incentives. His most recent research projects involve the general multi-object auction, pure trade with ...
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    • Allen C Kelley
    • James B Duke Professor
    • Professor Kelley specializes in the study of economic demography, history, and development. He is most interested in research involving demographic change in the Third World and the consequences of such shifts. He has specifically explored the “impacts of rapid population growth on economic growth, structural change, and urbanization.” These ...
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    • Thomas D Wallace
    • Professor Emeritus
    • Professor Wallace’s most recent endeavor was the completion of a textbook covering general knowledge within his field. The book was Econometrics: An Introduction, written in collaboration with his former student, Lew Silver. As a researcher, his investigations explored such variables as human capital accumulation, linear restrictions in regression, time ...
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Research Associates

Research Scholars

    • Gale A Boyd
    • Director of the Triangle Research Data Center and Senior Research Scholar
    • Gale Boyd’s research interests pertain to production efficiency, micro-data, index number decomposition, and energy in relation to the environment. His studies have also focused on energy markets, developing industry, voluntary environmental programs, and emissions trading. In his recent studies, he analyzes his subjects through microeconomic modeling and proceeds ...
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    • Barbara Rossi
    • Visiting Research Scholar
    • Professor Rossi focuses her research within the fields of time series econometrics, applied international finance, and macroeconometrics. Her work focuses on forecasting and macroeconometrics. For her work in 2008 on, “New methods for forecasting and model evaluation,” she received funding from an SAS Grant, and in 2007-2009, to study “Model selection and forecasting ...
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