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NBER-NSF Time Series Conference Held This Friday & Saturday

Wednesday, October 6, 2010
06 October 2010 12:00AM Duke University is enthusiastic to host the 2010 NBER-NSF Time Series Conference. This conference is the premier international meeting on the statistical analysis of time series data and attracts leading researchers from around the world. It has been held annually since the... Read More »
Dr. John Komlos to speak at Duke

Dr. John Komlos to speak at Duke

Monday, October 4, 2010
04 October 2010 12:00AM "Economics and Human Biology: Why are Americans shorter and fatter?" Professor John Komlos, University of Munich  As part of the Allen Starling Johnson, Jr. Distinguished Lecturer Series, Professor Komlos will give a talk on "Economics and Human Biology: Why are Americans... Read More »
Math Major, Then Econ Ph.D., Now Economist at the Bank of Canada

Math Major, Then Econ Ph.D., Now Economist at the Bank of Canada

Wednesday, September 29, 2010
29 September 2010 12:00AM
Connel Fullenkamp: Teaching for the Unexpected

Connel Fullenkamp: Teaching for the Unexpected

Monday, September 27, 2010
27 September 2010 12:00AM Dr. Fullenkamp’s approach to teaching means that he not only provides students with needed analytical tools, but also builds the students’ leadership capacity to overcome unexpected challenges. 
MA Students Helped by New Associate Director Garcia-Mosqueira

MA Students Helped by New Associate Director Garcia-Mosqueira

Monday, September 27, 2010
27 September 2010 12:00AM  Master’s students in the Department of Economics this semester are sure to find the program and its new associate director to be one of a kind. Lending a helping hand to the students is Adrian Garcia-Mosqueira, a recent graduate of the Master’s program himself.  Born and... Read More »

Consulting Symposium - Tonight at 8 PM

Wednesday, September 22, 2010
22 September 2010 12:00AM This is a fantastic time to learn more about consulting if you're an underclassman, as you'll be able to hear from four companies in very different areas of consulting. If you're an upperclassman, this is a good chance to do the same thing and also network with recruiters... Read More »
Ph.D. Student Kristin Johnson Researches to Help Tanzania

Ph.D. Student Kristin Johnson Researches to Help Tanzania

Monday, September 20, 2010
20 September 2010 12:00AM “Even in my first year, I knew that AIDS in Africa would be a focus for me,” said Kristin Johnson, a Ph.D. student who double-majored in mathematics and economics as an undergraduate at the University of Colorado. Now in the fourth year of her Ph.D. studies, Johnson has... Read More »

Research Assistantship Position for Recent Undergraduate Economics Graduates

Friday, September 17, 2010
17 September 2010 12:00AM Economics professors David Laibson (Harvard University), Brigitte Madrian (Harvard University), James Choi (Yale University) and John Beshears (Stanford University) are seeking full-time research assistants who will begin employment during the summer of 2011. This one-year... Read More »
Pharmaceutical Economics Conference Honoring Grabowski

Pharmaceutical Economics Conference Honoring Grabowski

Tuesday, September 14, 2010
14 September 2010 12:00AM This Friday, researchers from the U.S. and Europe will meet to discuss new research in the field of pharmaceutical economics. The symposium is in honor of Economics Professor Henry Grabowski, who has been at Duke University since 1972 and is the Director of the Program in... Read More »

RAships for Econ Students with Prof. Daniel Chen (Duke Law)

Tuesday, September 14, 2010
14 September 2010 12:00AM Professor Daniel Chen at the Law School is looking for several research assistants.  He received his Economics PhD from MIT in 2004 and JD from Harvard in 2009.  

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