Fernando Saltiel

Duke Economics Welcomes Postdoctoral Associate Fernando Saltiel

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Duke Economics is excited to welcome Fernando Saltiel as Postdoctoral Associate for the 2019-2020 school year. Saltiel grew up in Argentina, where he lived until he was 14. He then moved to the Washington, D.C. area, where he spent the next 15 years of his life. Saltiel credits his childhood in... Read More »
Professor Patrick BayerProf

Duke Professor Researches how Racial Makeup of Juries Impacts Criminal Trials

Friday, August 30, 2019
Professor Patrick Bayer talks about his research involving racial make-ups of juries and how it affects outcomes in criminal trials. 
Professors Berger and Suarez Serrato side by side

Professors David Berger and Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato Receive Grant from Washington Center for Equitable Growth

Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Professors David Berger and Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato have received a grant from The Washington Center for Equitable Growth. Berger's research focuses on the effects of corporate mergers, while Suárez Serrato's research explores how capital investments affect workers.
Professor David Berger

Professor David Berger Joins Duke Economics as Associate Professor

Friday, August 23, 2019
David Berger may have been destined to go into academia. As the child of two psychology professors at Georgia State University, he always knew he wanted to take a similar path. Initially, when he started his undergraduate degree at Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, he thought he might go into... Read More »
Students listening to a presentation by Kent Kimbrough

Duke Economics Welcomes 89 New Master's Students

Tuesday, August 20, 2019
89 new master’s students gathered on Monday, August 19th for their orientation. The students fall into one of four degree programs: M.A. Economics (MAE), which has 60 students, M.A. Analytical Political Economy (MAPE), 4 students, M.S. Economics & Computation (MSEC), 14 students... Read More »
Professor Steve Medema

Steven Medema Joins Duke Economics as Research Professor of Economics and Associate Director of the HOPE Center

Thursday, August 15, 2019
Duke Economics is pleased to welcome Dr. Steven Medema to the department as Research Professor and Associate Director of the Center for the History of Political Economy (HOPE Center).  Economics wasn’t really on Medema’s radar when he started his undergraduate degree at Calvin... Read More »
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You May be Tempted to Make this Mistake as the Market Tanks. Here’s What to Do Instead.

Thursday, August 8, 2019
With the markets in flux, professor Dan Ariely gives advice on how not to panic about your investments. 
Students listening to a presentation

Duke Economics Welcomes New Cohort of Ph.D. Students

Friday, August 2, 2019
Classes aren’t in session yet, but on Monday, July 29th Duke Econ welcomed its new cohort of Ph.D. students for their orientation. In a change for the 2019 cohort, math camp is now a 3-week course in Summer Term II, called "Mathematics for Economists". This new format has several advantages,... Read More »
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Fact check: Trump says North Carolina’s Economy is the ‘best’ in State History

Monday, July 29, 2019
President Trump says that the North Carolina economy is the "best" in state history. Professor Michelle Connolly breaks down the claim. 
Chelsea Fillippa

Staff Spotlight: Chelsea Fillippa

Wednesday, July 17, 2019
It was a leap of faith that brought Chelsea Fillippa to Duke. After being at her previous job for two years, the Pittsburgh native was ready for a change of scenery. “I came to Durham for a conference in May 2018 for my previous job and really enjoyed the area and people that I interacted with... Read More »