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  • Dartmouth Economic Research Scholars Info Session JAN 30

    Want to get involved in economic research, but don't know where to start? Please join us for a DERS information session. Learn about the DERS application process, ask questions, and mingle with faculty & current scholars. Apply at: https://forms.gle/msJUMpxULv6fZKGQ7

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  • 2023 AEA Summer Program Applications Open

    The AEA Summer Program is a prestigious program that uniquely enables students to prepare for the rigors of graduate studies—particularly at the PhD level—through two months of intensive training in microeconomics, math, econometrics and research methods with leading faculty.

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  • In the News: The Five Best Business books

    "Naked Economics," the 2002 primer by Senior Lecturer and Policy Fellow Charles Wheelan '88, is listed in The Wall Street Journal as the top book on business by Burton Malkiel, author of the classic A Random Walk Down Wall Street.

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  • "Work and Leisure" study cited

    The study, 'Work and Leisure in the United States and Europe: Why So Different?' by Prof. Sacerdote and co-authors Alberto Alesina and Edward Glaeser informs a recent Op-ed by the popular columnist Paul Krugman.

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  • Econ 70 Immersion Collaboration

    As part of Econ 70, Prof. Comin's immersion experience course in Peru, a team of Dartmouth students consisting of Sunint Bindra, Harrison Hawkins, and Kevin Berghius organized a social impact project in conjunction with Team4Tech.

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  • Econ Student Football Players Honored

    Big D sports reports that several Econ student football players have been named to the Academic All District, All Ivy, and All New England teams.

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  • WSJ OpEd: The High Price of Covid Learning Loss

    A Wall Street Journal editorial cites a new study co-authored by economics professor Douglas Staiger that found a recent decline in 8th-grade national math assessment tests during the pandemic could represent a 1.6% decline in lifetime earnings if allowed to become permanent.

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