In addition to their teaching responsibilities, economics department faculty members also pursue active research agendas. This includes presenting their work at seminars and conferences and publishing their findings in economics journals and books. Faculty research areas include: Development, Econometrics, Economic History, Environmental, Health, Industrial Organization, International Trade, Labor, Macroeconomics, Public, and Sports.
To see research from specific faculty members, please visit our faculty directory. There you will find individual research interests, as well links to personal websites and/or Google Scholar profiles.
The Department has close ties with AidData, the Schroeder Center for Health Policy, and the graduate Program in Public Policy which provide ample opportunities for faculty to engage in policy-oriented research.