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July 2, 2021
Giving women in India’s Madhya Pradesh state greater digital control over their wages encouraged them to enter the labor force and liberalized their beliefs about working...
2021-22 Anderson Fellows: Haoge Chang, Zara Contractor, Lucas Finamor, Tan Gan, and Ryungha Oh
June 10, 2021
The Department of Economics congratulates the 2021-22 recipients of the Arvid Anderson Prize Fellowship in Economics.  The five graduate students are: Haoge Chang (...
Photo: Isaiah Andrews
June 3, 2021
The Yale Department of Economics does not shy away from producing great talent. As proof, Isaiah Andrews B.A. Math & Econ ‘09, and Professor of Economics at Harvard...
2021 Senior Essay Nominee Group Photo
May 22, 2021
Each year, 40-50 students write a senior essay in economics. Of these, the top essays are nominated for a prize by both the student’s advisor as well as a second reader from...
Portrait of Wei Xiang
May 20, 2021
Teaching undergraduate students is a task not only reserved for Yale faculty members, but also for graduate teaching fellows. And when a teaching fellow (informally called a...
Dirk Bergemann and Ebonya Washington
April 22, 2021
Dirk Bergemann, Douglass and Marion Campbell Professor of Economics and Professor of Computer Science, and Ebonya Washington, Samuel C. Park Jr. Professor of Economics, were...
Philipp Strack portrait
March 31, 2021
Today’s digital economy is blurring the boundaries between computer science and economics — in Silicon Valley, on Wall Street, and increasingly on university campuses. Yale...