Professor Glomm organized dinner and drinks at Morgan Street Brewery following the first day of the MEA 2019 conference in St. Louis, Missouri. It was a great chance to talk with fellow IU colleagues, both past and current, about the earlier panel discussions, presentations and general goings-on of life as an economist. The food was delicious, and the drinks were a nice way to unwind before diving back into research and discussion the next morning for day two of the conference. Thanks to all who came, and I hope we can do this again at MEA 2020!
First cohort of students in our brand new MS in Economics program heads out for lunch with Professor Avoyan and the Director of the MS program, Prof. Xu.
Both IU Economics alumni are included in The College Magazine’s second annual “20 Under 40” list. With more than 70 departments and programs in the College of Arts + Sciences, this is a wonderful tribute to their notable accomplishments.
IU Economics major Seth Carter distinguishes himself in the the national Carl Menger Essay contest. He won $500 and a chance to present his research at the annual meetings of the Southern Economics Association
If you want to deepen your understanding of Economics, especially the more rigorous, theoretical and empirical side, a wonderful opportunity to do just that with a three semester Master of Science degree program in Economics that starts with the Spring semester of 2019.
We are proud to welcome Nastassia Krukava and Nick Snow, who join our department as lecturers.
According to Tilburg University, IU Economics’ Ph.D. program ranks 45th in the world, 22nd in the U.S., and in the top 10 among U.S. public universities.
Our department announces with sadness the passing of W. Phillip Saunders, professor emeritus and former chair of the department.
Derek Wenning, a junior, and Chase Abram, a sophomore, participated in an undergraduate paper contest and conference at Bowling Green State University (BGSU) in Bowling Green, Ohio.