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- Interview with 2023 Husky 100 Awardee, Grace Du (April 20, 2023)
- On The Value of Disease Surveillance with Ramanan Laxminarayan (April 12, 2023)
- Andrew Brimmer's (BA '50, MA '51) Legacy Recognized in New Book (February 28, 2023)
- Curious about graduate school? Here are some top tips from MBA, JD, and MA graduates. (May 2, 2022)
- Professor Yoram Barzel given The Elinor Ostrom Lifetime Achievement Award (July 11, 2017)
Events mentioning "Economics"
- Greaney, Brian, and Conor Walsh. "Demand, growth, and deleveraging." Review of Economic Dynamics (2023).
- Griffith, Alan, and Thomas Noonen. 2022. “The Effects of Public Campaign Funding: Evidence from Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program.” Journal of Public Economics 211:104666.
- Journal of Public Economics 211:104666
- Griffith, Alan. 2022. "A Continuous Model of Strong and Weak Ties." 2022. Journal of Public Economic Theory 24(6): 1519-1563.
- M. Atolia, C. Papageorgiou, and S.J. Turnovsky, (2021). Re-opening After-the Lockdown: Long-run aggregate and distributional consequences of COVID-19, Journal of Mathematical Economics 93, 102481.
- Li, Wei and Xu Tan. 2021. "Cognitively-Constrained Learning from Neighbors." Games and Economic Behavior, 129:32-54.
- Tan, Xu and Quan Wen. 2020. ``Information Acquisition and Voting with Heterogeneous Experts.'' RAND Journal of Economics, 51(4) :1063-1092.
- Khalil, Fahad, Jacques Lawarree, and Alexander Rodivilov, "Learning from Failures: Optimal contracts for experimentation and production," 2020, The Journal of Economic Theory.
- E. Dioikitopoulos, S.J. Turnovsky, and R. Wendner (2019) Public policy, dynamic status preferences, and wealth inequality, Journal of Public Economic Theory 21, 923-944.
- Yi Chen, Julie Shi, and Castiel Chen Zhuang (2019). "Income-dependent impacts of health insurance on medical expenditures: theory and evidence from China." China Economic Review 53, 290-310.
- “A Subsidized Vickrey Auction for Cost Sharing,” Jesse Schwartz and Quan Wen, Journal of Mathematical Economics (2018), 77, 32-38.
- Stefan F. Schubert and Stephen J. Turnovsky, Growth and Unemployment: Short-run and Long-run Tradeoffs, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 91, 172-189, 2018.
- M. Koyuncu and S.J. Turnovsky (2016) The Dynamics of Growth and Income Inequality under Progressive Taxation, Journal of Public Economic Theory 18, 560-588.
- Xuezheng Qin, Tianyu Wang, and Castiel Chen Zhuang (2016). "Intergenerational transfer of human capital and its impact on income mobility: Evidence from China." China Economic Review 38, 306-321.
- Eicher, Theo S., John H. Mutti, and Michelle H. Turnovsky. International Economics. London: Routledge, 2009. Print.
- Eicher, Theo S., and Thomas Strobel. Information Technology and Productivity Growth: German Trends and OECD Comparisons. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2009. Print.
- Kim, Chang-Jin, Jeremy M. Piger, and Richard Startz. "The Dynamic Relationship between Permanent and Transitory Components of U.S. Business Cycles." Journal of Money, Credit and Banking 39.1 (2007): 187-204. Print.
- Jones, Bryan, Chang-Jin Kim, and Richard Startz. "A Markov Switching Model of Congressional Partisan Regimes." UWEC-2002-03, Working Papers (2003-06): n. pag. Print.
- Eicher, Theo S., and Cecilia García-Peñalosa. Institutions, Development, and Economic Growth. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2006. Print.
- Kim, Chang-Jin, James C. Morley, and Charles R. Nelson. "The Structural Break in the Equity Premium." Journal of Business and Economic Statistics 23.2 (2005): 181-91. Print.
- Kim, Chang-Jin, and Chris Murray. "Permanent and Transitory Nature of Recessions." Discussion Papers in Economics at the University of Washington (1999-05): n. pag. Print.
- Dewatripont, M., Lars Peter. Hansen, and Stephen J. Turnovsky. Advances in Economics and Econometrics: Theory and Applications: Eighth World Congress. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge UP, 2003. Print.
- Eicher, Theo S., and Stephen J. Turnovsky. Inequality and Growth: Theory and Policy Implications. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2003. Print.
- Kim, Chang-Jin, and Jeremy Piger. "Common Stochastic Trends, Common Cycles, and Asymmetry in Economic Fluctuations." Journal of Monetary Economics 49.6 (2002): 1189-211. Print.
- Kim, Chang-Jin, and Charles R. Nelson. "A Bayesian Approach To Testing for Markov-Switching in Univariate and Dynamic Factor Models." International Economic Review 42.4 (2001): 989-1013. Print.
- M. Atolia, C. Papageorgiou, and S.J. Turnovsky, (2021) Taxation and Public Health Investment: Policy Choices and Tradeoffs, Macroeconomic Dynamics 25, 426-461.
- S.J. Turnovsky and Y. Gokan, Alternative monetary policies and wealth and income inequality: The monetary instrument problem revisited, Macroeconomic Dynamics (forthcoming)
- Greaney, Brian P., Joseph P. Kaboski, and Eva Van Leemput. "Can self-help groups really be “self-help”?." The Review of Economic Studies 83.4 (2016): 1614-1644.
- F. Carneiro, S.J. Turnovsky, and O. Tourinho (2022) Economic growth and inequality tradeoffs under progressive taxation, Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control 143, Article 104513
- Griffith, Alan. 2022. "Random Assignment with Non-Random Peers: A Structural Approach to Counterfactual Treatment Assessment." Review of Economics and Statistics, Forthcoming.
- Marco Mariotti and Quan Wen (2021), "A Non-Cooperative Foundation of the Competitive Divisions for Bads,” Journal of Economic Theory.
- Blumenstock, Joshua, Guanghua Chi, and Xu Tan. Forthcoming. "Migration and the Value of Social Networks." Review of Economic Studies.
- Griffith, Alan. 2023. "When a Dollar is More than a Dollar: Evidence from two multiple matching campaign finance reforms." Working Paper.
- Granera Vega, Luis Diego. "Government, Healthcare, and Standard of Living: Evidence from Costa Rica" (2022).