Students listen to a professor speak

New Master’s Students Attend Orientation

Friday, September 7, 2018
Duke Economics welcomed 92 new Master’s students to Durham on August 20th. This year’s cohort boasts students from Bulgaria, Chile, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Thailand, and the United States. Students are in one of four programs--MAE, M.A. analytical... Read More »
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Tim Bollerslev Awarded Carlsberg Foundation Research Prize

Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Professor Tim Bollerslev has been awarded the 2018 The Carlsberg Foundation Research Prize. Bollerslev, a professor in the Duke Financial Economics Center, was given the award based on his innovative work in the field of financial econometrics. Bollerslev, along with Poul Nissen of Aarhus... Read More »
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How Relabelling Increases the Fiscal Cost of R&D Incentives

Thursday, August 30, 2018
Recent work by professors Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato and Daniel Xu measures real and relabelling responses to tax incentives for R&D in China. 
Professor Larry Kreicher

Lawrence Kreicher Joins Duke Financial Economics Center as the Gosnell Visiting Professor

Wednesday, August 29, 2018
The Department of Economics is pleased to welcome Dr. Lawrence Kreicher as the Gosnell Visiting Professor of Economics for the Duke Financial Economics Center (DFE).  Kreicher comes to Duke from Dartmouth College, where he spent the last eight years teaching financial theory, financial... Read More »
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The Economic Costs of Erdoğan

Monday, August 27, 2018

Professor Ron Leven

Ronald Leven Joins Duke Financial Economics Center as Huff Professor of the Practice

Wednesday, August 22, 2018
The Department of Economics is pleased to welcome Dr. Ronald Leven as Huff Professor of the Practice with the Duke Financial Economics Center (DFE). Originally from St. Louis, Leven is a second-generation economist—his father also worked in the field. Any chance his kids will carry on the torch? “I... Read More »
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New Cohort of Economics Ph.D. Students Welcomed with Orientation, Math Camp

Thursday, August 16, 2018
“Getting my Ph.D. was the best of times and the worst of times, and hopefully it will be the same for you.” With that, Director of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Connel Fullenkamp welcomed the newest cohort of economics Ph.D. students to Duke’s campus. While it may still feel like summer in Durham,... Read More »
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Economics Graduate Student Committee Prepares for 2018-19 School Year

Monday, August 13, 2018
The start of the academic year is approaching, and the heads of the Economics Graduate Student Committee (EGSC) are gearing up for another year of networking opportunities, peer mentoring, and, of course, happy hours. For the 2018-19 school year, Luke Fesko, Erica Liu, and Gabor... Read More »
Steel structure

A Company Owner Asks His Customers for Understanding—and Help—After Raising Prices In the Wake of Trump’s Steel Tariffs

Monday, July 30, 2018
The New Yorker
Professor Allan Collard-Wexler commented on the recent steel tariffs and the potential impact they may have on prices going forward.