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Mroz, Thomas A., Gabriel Picone, Frank Sloan, and Arseniy P. Yashkin, "Screening for a Chronic Disease: A Multiple State Duration Model
with Partial Observability," International Economic Review, August 2016,57(3), pp. 915-934.
Hu, Xuequn, Murat K. Munkin and Pravin K. Trivedi, "Estimating Incentive and Selection Effects in the Medigap Insurance Market: An
Application with Dirichlet Process Mixture Model," Journal of Applied Econometrics, November/December 2015, 30(7), pp. 1115-1143.
Kessler, Lawrence M. and Murat K. Munkin, "Bayesian Estimation of Panel Data Fractional Response Models with Endogeneity: An Application
to Standardized Test Rates," Empirical Economics, August 2015, 49(1), pp. 81-114.
Barbos, Andrei, "Information Acquisition and Innovation under Competitive Pressure," Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, Summer 2015, 24
(2), pp. 325-347.
and Yi Deng, "The Impact of a Public Option in the U.S. Health Insurance Market," Economic Inquiry, January 2015, 53(1), pp. 508-521.
For more on our faculty publications, please visit our research area.
Spring 2017 Seminar Series: Professor Jonathan Williams, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, "The Tragedy of the Last Mile: Congestion Externalities in Broadband Networks " March 31, 2017, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, CMC 209A
For a complete list of this semester’s seminars, please go to our Events page.
Michael Loewy and Joshua Wilde – Tampa Bay Times
Jose Fernandez – The Economist
Christopher Thomas – WalletHub
Phil Porter - NY Times
Congratulations to graduating Economics major Hiram Rios for being chosen as Outstanding Graduate for the Spring commencement.
Michael Loewy - Boston Globe
2016 – 2017 Ph.D. Job Market Candidates
Economics Department Alumna Aysegul Timur (PhD 2007) was recently named Dean of the Hodges University Johnson School of Business.
Economics Department Alumnus Marin Geshkov (PhD 2010) was named to the editorial board of the International Journal of Regional Development.
Why study economics and what types of career paths are open to students who do so? To show some of the diverse career paths that studying economics can provide, the American Economic Association has a posted a short video that shows how four people are using economics as a tool for solving very human problems and provides some insights into why they chose economics as a means to achieve their chosen career path.
Economics PhD students Joe Coleman and Olga Petrova were selected as one of the winners of the 7thAnnual Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Symposium here at USF. Their poster on their work with Gabriel Picone on Determinants and Prevention of Low Birth Weight in sub-Saharan Africa: The Effects of Bed Net Distribution earned a travel grant from the graduate school. Congratulations Olga and Joe!
In honor of Mark Herander’s 35 years of service to USF, upon his retirement Faculty, Staff and Friends of the Department of Economics funded a new Foundation Account. The Economics Department Dissertation Support Fund will provide assistance with travel and data needs for PhD students who have reached the dissertation stage of their program. Should you wish to make a donation to this worthy cause, please contact Shay Ferrell.
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College of Arts and Sciences Economics Students Academic Advisor Ce’era Horton CMC 206B *(College of Arts and Sciences Multidisciplinary Complex (Previously Physics Building))
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