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27feb12:30 pm1:15 pmAndrew Ferdowsian"Cooperating Without Looking"Series:Microeconomic Theory Student Lunch Seminar

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Join @WilsonSchool @PrincetonEcon faculty and researchers at conference on Radical Mechanisms 10 Years After the Financial Crisis | Feb. 21-22 | 8th Annual JRCPPF Conference

Noelina Hall, who managed the Economics Undergraduate Program from 2007-2017, passed away suddenly on Sunday, September 30, 2018. A Memorial Mass is planned for Noelina ... /t.co/oqA3BgvHDg

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Esteban Rossi-Hansberg awarded the Journal of Political Economy’s Robert E. Lucas Jr. Prize

January 11th, 2019|

The Robert E. Lucas Jr. Prize is awarded biannually for the most interesting paper in the area of Dynamic Economics published in the Journal of Political Economy in the preceding two years.


Leah Boustan’s Book Wins Two Awards

November 29th, 2018|

Professor Leah Boustan’s book, “Competition in the Promised Land,” has won the Alice Hanson Jones Award at the Economic History Association and the Allan Sharlin Award at the Social Science History Association.  Read more about the awards at the following links: Alice Hanson Jones Award | Allan Sharlin Award.  Congratulations to Professor Boustan!




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