Professor Stefanie Stantcheva has been named a newly elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Professor Stantcheva was elected this year "to recognize extraordinary people who help solve the world’s most urgent challenges, create meaning through art, and contribute to the common good from every field, discipline, and profession."
Professor Isaiah Andrews has been awarded the John Bates Clark Medal for his "contributions to econometric theory and empirical practice have improved the quality, credibility, and communication of quantitative research in economics." The prize is bestowed annually upon an American economist under the age of 40 for making significant contributions to thought and knowledge in the field.
The Sloan Fellowship Awards are given annually in eight scientific and technical fields which include chemistry, computational and evolutionary molecular biology, computer science, earth systems science, economics,...
Professor Gita Gopinath, John Zwaanstra Professor of International Studies and of Economics, was recently interviewed by Vogue India as part of their Women of the Year series, appearing on the cover of their November 9th, 2020 issue.
Professor Claudia Goldin, Henry Lee Professor of Economics, has been awarded the Erwin Plein Nemmers Prize in Economics. The Nemmers Prize is awarded for "achievement and work of lasting significance in the field of economics. In particular, the prize recognizes major contributions to new knowledge or the development of significant new modes of analysis." Professor Goldin received the award for her "groundbreaking insights into the history of the American economy, the evolution of gender roles and the interplay of technology, human capital and labor markets....
Professor Stefanie Stantcheva, Professor of Economics, has been awarded by the American Economic Associations' Elaine Bennett Prize. The prize is awarded annually by the AEA's Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession. Professor Stantcheva has been honored based on her "remarkable contributions to our understanding of optimal taxation, the relationship between innovation and taxation, and social preferences about redistribution. "
Professor Isaiah Andrews is among the 2020 fellows selected for this year's MacArthur recipients. Professor Andrews was honored for his work in "developing robust methods of statistical inference to address key challenges in economics and social science."