Research in Development Economics
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Harvard offers over 100 economics courses.
Studying various mechanisms that influence human behavior in hopes of improving human well-being.
Professor Roland Fryer's EdLabs is one of several Faculty Led Research Initiatives.
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Shengwu Li submitted his paper “Obviously Strategy-Proof Mechanisms" which was published in the American Economic Review. Prof. Amanda Pallais was also a runner up for the Exeter Award for a paper she co-authored with her colleagues.... Read more about Congratulations to Professor Shengwu Li on Winning the 2018 Exeter Award for Best Paper Published!
As reported in The Harvard Crimson, Economics Professor Gita Gopinath has been appointed as the first woman to hold the post of Chief Economist at the IMF.... Read more about Gita Gopinath Appointed as Chief Economist at the International Monetary Fund
Emmanuel Farhi (Harvrard University) "Shadow Banking and the Four Pillars of Traditional Financial Intermediation" (with Jean Tirole)... Read more about EC 3114 Seminar in Law, Economics, & Organization
Linh Tô (Harvard University) "The Signaling Role of Parental Leave"... Read more about EC 3109 Seminar in Industrial Organization
Dmitry Mukhin (Yale University) "An Equillibrium Model of the International Price System"... Read more about EC 3106 Seminar in Monetary and Fiscal Policy
Ariella Kahn-Lang (Harvard University) “Missing Black Males? The Impact of Non-Reporting on the Measurement of Black Male Outcomes”... Read more about EC 3107 Seminar in Public Economics and Fiscal Policy
Alejandro Lagomarsino (Harvard University) "Retargeting cash transfer programs in Uruguay"... Read more about EC 3005 Graduate Student Workshop in Economic Development
Susana Vasserman (Harvard University) "Scaling Auctions as Insurance: A Case Study in Infrastructure Procurement"... Read more about EC 3013 Graduate Student Workshop in Contracts & Organizations
Kenneth Kuttner (Federal Reserve Bank of Boston) ""Does macroprudential policy 'work'?""... Read more about EC 3115 Macroeconomic Policy Seminar