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Ph.D. Alumna Named Saieh Family Fellow in Economics

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
Ph.D. alumna Margaux Luflade ('18) was named one of the first Saieh Family Fellows in Economics at the University of Chicago. The postdoctoral fellowship "offers early-career economists who have completed their doctorates an opportunity to explore research interests and to further develop their... Read More »
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Give Women Credit

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
A new paper by professor Erica Field and co-authors examines the apparent gender gap when it comes to entrepreneurship. "In dual-entrepreneur households, where both a husband and wife have their own separate businesses, many women invest the money into their husband’s more profitable enterprise... Read More »
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Four Groups of Duke Faculty Receive Collaboratory Grants for Research on Issues Affecting North Carolina and Global Communities

Thursday, September 26, 2019
Professors Christopher Timmins and Marcos Rangel are part of a group that have received a collaboratory grant to assist with researching issues that affect North Carolina and beyond. Their group will be looking at the effects of housing insecurity on childhood development, in Durham specifically... Read More »
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Nature's Solution to Climate Change

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Could whales help save the planet? Research by professor Connel Fullenkamp suggests they could play a big role in mitigating climate risk.
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Hutchins Roundup: Households Respond to Monetary Policy Announcements, Deflation Bias, and More

Monday, September 23, 2019
A new working paper by professor Francesco Bianchi and co-authors is quoted by The Hutchins Roundup, which looks at how households respond to changes in monetary policy.
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For One Econ Major, Personal and Academic Fulfillment Comes from a Year in Ireland

Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Katie Cassedy had only planned to do a semester at University College Dublin (UCD), but once she was there, she realized she had to stay the entire academic year. The economics major, who plans to graduate in spring 2020, realized in October that a semester wasn’t going to be enough. “Once October... Read More »
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 »
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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. 
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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 »