Ph.D. student Aaron Kolb has had his solo research published in the Journal of Economic Theory. Kolb authored a paper on “Optimal Entry Timing,” which applies game theory to market entry outcomes by using state-of-the-art dynamic continuous-time modeling techniques. Read More
The American Journal of Health Economics (AJHE) today released its second issue online. According to AJHE editor-in-chief and Duke Economics Professor Frank Sloan, the publication is the first U.S.-based health economics journal. Read More
This year the Department of Economics recognized 11 graduates with a Ph.D., 61 graduates with a master of arts in economics, five graduates with a master of science in statistical and economic modeling, and approximately 200 graduates with an economics major. Read More
For La’Qwanda Trice, a lifelong Durhamite and diehard Duke basketball fan, working at the university was a no-brainer. Today marks her one-year anniversary at Duke University and the Department of Economics. Learn more about her equinophobia, career aspirations, and the lessons she’s learned while working here. Read More
"Presenting The Impact of Market Size and Composition on Health Insurance Premiums: Evidence from the First Year of the ACA by Michael J. Dickstein, Mark Duggan, Joseph Orsini, Pietro Tebaldi and Hospital Choices, Hospital Prices and Financial Incentives to Physicians by Ho and Pakes"