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  • Economics Students Win 2014 Regional Fed Challenge
  • Rising Treatment Costs Drive Health Care Spending
  • Finding Wales
  • Getting to the Core of Bankruptcy
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Barbara Bergmann

Barbara BergmannThe Department mourns the passing of Distinguished Professor Emerita Barbara Bergmann. Read about Professor Bergmann's many accomplishments here.


Bulletins

SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Kara ReynoldsKara M. Reynolds (with Chad P. Bown), "Trade Flows and Trade Disputes," Review of International Organizations, June 2015

Xuguang ShengXuguang (Simon) Sheng, "Evaluating the Economic Forecasts of FOMC Members," International Journal of Forecasting, January-March 2015.

Larry SawersLarry Sawers, "Rush to Judgment: The STI-Treatment Trials and HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa," Journal of the International AIDS Society, May 2015.

Robert FeinbergRobert Feinberg (with Thomas Husted and Florian Szucs), "Does State Antitrust Enforcement Drive Establishment Exit?" Journal of Competition Law & Economics, March 2015

Robert Blecker Robert Blecker, "Structural Change, the Real Exchange Rate and the Balance of Payments in Mexico, 1960-2012" Cambridge Journal of Economics, Forthcoming 2015.

Boris Gershman Boris Gershman, "The Economic Origins of the Evil Eye Belief" Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, February 2015

 

AU ECONOMISTS IN THE NEWS

Robert Lerman in the National Journal (6/20/15), "Teach Vets to Rehab Homes"

Amin Mohseni-Cheraghlou in the Peninsula (3/19/15), "Only Half of World's Adults Have Bank Accounts, Region Better"

Mary Hansen in The Los Angeles Times (1/15/15), "Obama Pushes Paid Sick/Family Leave for Workers"

Boris Gershman in The Boston Globe (1/4/15), "The Case for the Evil Eye"

Mary Hansen in CNN (11/4/14) "Is Child Poverty Inevitable?"

Gabriel Mathy in the National Journal (10/17/14) "What Would an Ebola Travel Ban Actually Look Like?"

Mary Hansen's research on "The Value of Adoption" is featured on the Ways and Means Committee of the House of Representatives' website, and contributed to the passage of the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act by the House and Senate.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Gabriel Mathy won a $33,490 award from the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) for his project "Secular Stagnation and Persistent Unemployment in the Great Depression: Evidence from Monthly Labor Market Data."

In June 2015, Bernhard Gunter gave a presentation on "Revisiting Debt Sustainability in Africa" at the 61st Executive Session of the Trade and Development Board, the governing body of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in Geneva, Switzerland.

 
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