News & Events

  • George J. Records 1956 Professor of Economics

    (From 'Dartmouth News')

    Marion was the first woman appointed to a tenure-track position in Dartmouth's economics...

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  • New Faculty 2020

    The Econ Department is excited to welcome the following new faculty...

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  • We are incredibly proud of the accomplishments of our 2020 Graduating Class!

    Video Message to Graduates

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  • The members of the Economics Department at Dartmouth are heartbroken and outraged over the Minneapolis Police’s brutal killing of George Floyd. We recognize that this is just the latest in a long history of violence and aggression, by the police and by others, against the Black community. We stand in support of those who suffer from this violence on an ongoing basis, and we stand with those who are combatting the systemic racial injustices of our society.

    Our department is...

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  • Prof. Chris Snyder is interviewed as part of the Wheeler Institute's Covid-19 series.

    Wheeler Institute site here.

    Video here.

     

  • Professor Christopher Snyder's research on Advance Market Commitment (AMC) models for health technology financing is featured on the website AcceleratingHT which presents...

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  • Congratulations to Sloane Sambuco for being awarded a Fulbright research scholarship to the IE Business School in Madrid. Sloane is an Economics major modified with computer science; psychology minor.

    "What drives me is harnessing the power of technology to alleviate...

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  • Lalos was a first-team All-Ivy League selection as a senior, and part of a Dartmouth defense that held the opposition to 12.4 points per game in 2019, the second lowest total in the FCS. The Big Green (9-1, 6-1) won a share of its 19th Ivy League title — an Ancient Eight record.

    Read more here.

  • Amy Guan ’20 and Rine Uhm ’22 have created a website called giveessential.org to help connect essential workers in need of supplies with donors. Both students were in Professor Andrew Samwick's social entrepreneurship course this past winter.

    "The overarching idea is that we want to help anyone who has to put their personal health at risk in order to do their work and is unable to work from home," Amy Guan tells NJ.com.

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  • Econ majors Niko Lalos, Jake Pallotta, and Anders Peterson are in a group of nine Dartmouth Football players honored by the The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame for maintaining a 3.2 GPA or better throughout their college career. Full story here.

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