Faculty Achievements

Faculty from the Economics Department are involved in a wide variety of research activities, ranging from theoretical modeling of economic behavior to applied work focusing on empirical data analysis, providing deep insights into the nature of economic phenomena and the solutions to critical societal problems. Much of this work falls in the category of structural empirical microeconomics, which reflects a rigorous blend of theory, econometrics and data analysis. For examples of our recent research papers, grants, prominent speeches, and editorial assignments, as well as faculty honors and awards and affiliations, please consult the links provided above.