College Fed Challenge Team Advances to Semifinals

Congratulations to Princeton’s 2020 College Fed Challenge Team, which is one of 18 teams out of 65 advancing to the National College Fed Challenge semi-finals. Teammates include William Carpenter ’21, Leland Domaratzky ’22, Stephanie Hu ’21 (co-captain), Shivani Prusty ’23, and Aditya Shah ’21 (co-captain).

2020-10-23T18:17:12-04:00October 23rd, 2020|

Princeton University economics students present their research at the Griswold Center’s 2020 Junior Independent Work Research Forum

As progress toward earning their degree, all Princeton juniors in the Economics Department complete a Junior Paper (JP) that helps hone their research skills in advance of beginning their Senior Thesis project. As one of the first major independent research projects students undertake, the paper is guided through regular meetings with the student’s Junior Independent Work [More]

2020-09-30T13:54:39-04:00September 30th, 2020|

Professor Stephen Redding elected to the Econometric Society as a 2020 Fellow

Princeton Economics Professor Stephen Redding has been elected to The Econometric Society as a 2020 Fellow. Redding is the Harold T. Shapiro ‘64 Professor in Economics with the Princeton Economics Department and the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton (SPIA). Redding also holds an affiliation with the International Economics Section at Princeton University. [More]

2020-09-24T14:22:27-04:00September 22nd, 2020|

Princeton Economics welcomes seven new faculty for Fall 2020

As we begin a new semester, the Economics Department at Princeton is thrilled to welcome seven new faculty members. While a few were on campus last year as they completed their post-docs, others are new to Princeton—joining the department in the midst of an unprecedented semester that will take place largely online. Despite this fall’s [More]

2020-08-31T12:45:16-04:00August 31st, 2020|

2020 Senior Thesis prize winners study immigration, neighborhood segregation, and more

As part of their undergraduate coursework at Princeton, all economics majors work with faculty advisors to produce two independent research projects: A Junior Paper and a Senior Thesis. Through these projects, students are able to explore in detail research topics they’re passionate about.For their Senior Thesis, each student works with a faculty advisor to produce an [More]

2020-07-01T16:03:47-04:00June 30th, 2020|
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