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homcoming 2013We welcome five new faculty to our Department for Fall 2013

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  • David Albouy, a graduate of Berkeley, specializing in Public Finance. David was an Assistant Professor at the U. of Michigan before joining us as a tenured Associate Professor.
  • Andriy Norets, a graduate of U. of Iowa, specializing in Econometrics. Andriy was an Assistant Professor at Princeton before joining us a a tenured Associate Professor.
  • Tim Schmidt-Eisenlohr, a graduate of the European University Institute, specializing in International Economics. Tim did a post-doc at Oxford before joining us as an Assistant Professor.
  • Eun Yi Chung, graduating from Stanford with a specialization in Econometrics, is joining us as an Assistant Professor.
  • Ben Marx, graduating from Columbia with a specialization in Public Finance, is joining us as an Assistant Professor.

 

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U of I Economics Professor Fred Giertz says Illinois is Inching Forward

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U of I Economics Professor Elizabeth Powers Writes About "Waste" in Welfare Programs

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Econ Professor Don Fullerton on Inversions

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Econ Professor, Fred Giertz, on Illinois Struggle with Unemployment Rate

U. of I. economics professor Fred Giertz says Illinois continues to struggle with its unemployment rate, in part because of the financial disarray in state government, and in part because of the income tax rate increase from a few years ago.

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