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Economics

Our Programs and Curriculum

 

Economics at Northwestern

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Our world-class department owes its reputation to outstanding faculty dedicated to teaching and research, as well as engaged students who take advantage of learning opportunities in and beyond the classroom.

The Economics major and minor are open to all undergraduates. The Ph.D. program has 120 students in residence and an entering class of 25. 

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Our Faculty

 

Learn about faculty accomplishments, publications and news.

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Meet our Faculty

Our distinguished faculty includes fellows of the American Economic Association, members of the National Academy of Sciences and editors of the American Economic Review and other prestigious journals. Longtime faculty member Dale Mortensen was winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize for Economics.

 

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Recent Publications

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The Econometric Society Announces 2020 Fellows

Congratulations to our newly elected fellows: Matthias Doepke and Alessandro Pavan

Matthias Doepke's research deals with economic growth and development, political economy, and monetary economics.

Alessandro Pavan's research concerns the analysis of the role of information in strategic situations of interest to both micro and macro economists.

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Claire Petersen

Claire Petersen ’20, Awarded the Marshall Scholarship to Study Economics and Energy at Cambridge University

Petersen, an Economics major who graduated in spring 2020, was awarded the prestigious Marshall Scholarship for American students of high ability to pursue their graduate degrees in the United Kingdom. Petersen will be attending Cambridge’s industry leading master’s program in energy technology, as well as studying carbon management at the University of Edinburgh.

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Economic Research during COVID-19

As the Coronavirus continues to spread across the world, economic uncertainty continues to grow. In an effort to better understand the economic impact of this pandemic, our faculty members have been hard at work publishing new research. Below is a selection of published papers and articles from our esteemed faculty members on the potential economic impact of the coronavirus.

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Economics Video Series

 

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News and Events

 

Weekly Seminars

 
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Our weekly seminars bring renowned economists from universities around the globe. Explore all 6 of our seminar series, which are held in fall and spring quarters.

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Events

 
Mar
1
2021
Seminar in Macroeconomics

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM, Online

Cecile Gaubert (University of California, Berkeley): “Place Based Redistribution“ (Joint with Pat Kline and Danny Yagan) *All winter se...

Mar
3
2021
Economics Development Lunch

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM, Online

Matteo Magnaricotte  (Northwestern University): presenting "Local Specialization and Growth: The Italian Land Reform" (joint work with ...

Mar
3
2021
Seminar in Economic History

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM, Online

Katya Zhuravskaya (Paris School of Economics): "Title TBA" *All winter seminars will take place via Zoom

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News

 
PhD alumna, Marianne Wanamaker ’09 cited in “Jobless Claims: 861,000 Americans Filed For Unemployment Last Week”
PhD alumna, Yana Gallen's '16 article, "Informed Choices: Gender Gaps in Career Advice"
Congratulations to economics major Natalie Burg on being named a Fulbright Scholar!
Seema Jayachandran's interview with Douglas Clement of the Minneapolis FED, "On deforestation, corruption, and the roots of gender inequality"
Introducing Womxn in Economics (WiE)!

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