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Seminars and LecturesDornbush/Roby/Grey Seminar Series:
Including departmental, empirical, statistical, economic history and international econ seminars.
The most recent lecture was held Tuesday, April 23, 2013. The guest speaker was John O. Ledyard of California Institute of Technology.
The most recent McGee Lecture was Friday, April 5, 2013. The guest speaker was William Nordhaus of Yale University.
The Department of Economics announces the creation of two new funds to support the research activities of doctoral students and undergraduate honors students. Two existing funds support diverse activities within the Department and provide scholarships for students in the Graduate Program in Economic Development.
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With support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Department of Economics at Vanderbilt University will recruit new Ph.D. students whose research interests include health and health policy. More...
U.S. News & World Report: For Economists, a moment in the sun. Despite a diminished employment outlook for many academics, economists remain in demand in government, buisness, and nonprofits and as consultants or policy analysts. John Siegfried, professor of economics emeritus and William Collins, director of graduate studies in economics, are quoted. Shabana Singh and Caleb Stroup, both students in the Economics Ph.D. program, are pictured. Vanderbilt's joint J.D.-Ph.D. program in law and economics is also mentioned. Click here for more information.