and the recipient of the Bruce D. Smith Memorial Graduate Fellowship
Fri, Dec 7, 2007
Current UT Economics Graduate Student Meryem Tekin has received the Best 2nd Year Paper Award along with a Graduate Fellowship. Meryem is a native of Kayseri, Turkey. She received her BA in Economics from Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey. Her primary field of interest is International Trade. She focuses on both the aggregate and micro impacts of export and FDI. Her second year paper, for which she is rewarded with the Bruce D. Smith Memorial Graduate Fellowship, is about the effect of exporting on the productivity of firms.
A reception to be held in her honor.
Economist had 70-year relationship with university
Thu, Nov 1, 2007
AUSTIN, Texas -Nov. 1, 2007- James W. McKie, professor emeritus of economics, died Oct. 30, following a long illness.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?
Wed, Oct 10, 2007
For a one week period, between October 28 and November 4, all computer clocks, mobile devices, and electronic calendars will be off by one hour unless you update your computer.
WHAT CAN BE DONE?
Mon, Sep 24, 2007
The 2008 editions of "America's Best Colleges" by U.S. News and World Report magazine and the Princeton Review's annual "The Best 366 Colleges" guide have again recognized the university as one of the best values in higher education.
Wed, Sep 19, 2007
This year's U.S. News and World Report magazine survey of undergraduate programs at colleges and universities again ranks the university among the nation's top national and public universities.
U.S. News ranks the university 40th in its "Great Schools, Great Prices" category. This ranking couples "a school's academic quality, as indicated by its U.S. News ranking, to the net cost of attendance for a student who receives the average level of financial aid."
The Princeton Review, a New York-based company known for its test preparation courses, education services and books, said the university "poses near-limitless options for undergrads willing to seek them out." The university was also noted as one of America's Best Value Colleges in a list of 165 colleges designated as best overall bargains based on cost and financial aid.
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The Kaplan/Newsweek "How to Get into College Guide" cites the univer
A new monograph by: Svetlana Boyarchenko and Sergey Levendorskii
Mon, Sep 17, 2007
Saturday and Sunday, October 6 and 7, 2007
Fri, Sep 7, 2007
Sixth Annual Duke/Northwestern/Texas IO Theory Conference
held on Saturday and Sunday, October 6 and 7
at Duke University, Durham, NC *
Conference and program information is available at the conference website
Please notify us by *September 15, 2007* at firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan on attending, so that we may plan on the correct number of attendees. (We will be providing a conference lunch and dinner for all attendees on Saturday, October 6 .)
We very much hope to see you at the conference.
Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
New Faculty Member 2007-2008
Wed, Sep 5, 2007
UT Economics welcomes Professor Jason Abrevaya.
Professor Abrevaya previously held positions at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management (2002-2007) and the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business (1996-2002), where he taught Ph.D. courses in econometrics and MBA courses in statistics and sports economics. His primary research interest is in the area of microeconometrics. He has also done applied research in the areas of labor economics, health economics, and sports economics. Professor Abrevaya has received research grants from the National Science Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. He currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Business and Economic Statistics and Empirical Economics.
Professor Abrevaya received a Ph.D. in economics from MIT in 1996 and a B.A. in applied mathematics from Harvard University in 1992.
Professor Abrevaya is married with two (wonderful) children and enjoys cycling,
The Department of Economics Undergraduate Advising team is busy getting ready for the next class of Economics students!
Fri, Jun 1, 2007
Economic Students Study Bevo's Score-Boosting Presence
Fri, Jun 1, 2007
Don't wait for the rush before registration to meet with your advisor
Fri, Jun 1, 2007
Academic advisors in the department are always ready to help you prepare for the next semester.
Project is making progress with very few inconveniences...
Fri, May 25, 2007
Please check http://www.laits.utexas.edu/eco for updates.
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Dr. Randy L. Diehl, a professor of psychology at The University of Texas at Austin, has been named dean of the university's College of Liberal Arts effective June 1.
Tue, Apr 24, 2007
Consult the Course Schedule to learn more about Summer 2007 and Fall 2007 offerings
Tue, Apr 24, 2007
Registration at the University of Texas at Austin is a process that includes academic advising with a faculty or staff member, registering for classes on the World Wide Web, and paying a tuition and fee bill. Each semester, students enrolled at the University are able to register for the following semester. Students enrolling for the first time in a fall semester may attend an orientation session that offers the opportunity to register. Other new and readmitted students may register during the week before the semester begins essential registration information and instructions. The online course schedule is updated immediately as changes are made to the semester's course offerings and it indicates whether seats are available in each class.
Austin Reggae Festival on Auditorium Shores
Thu, Apr 12, 2007
While many of us will be crunching numbers on our federal income taxes UT Econ Graduate Students and their Graduate Chair, P. Dean Corbae plan to volunteer at the Capitol Area Food Bank of Texas food drive at the Reggae Festival on Auditorium Shores. A day filled with the generosity of giving, music and fun. Over 25 volunteers for the department gave their time, food and money donation to the drive.
1995 Recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economics
Mon, Apr 9, 2007
Arthur J. Rolnick, Senior Vice President and Director of Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis to speak at Economics commencement ceremony
Wed, Apr 4, 2007
Arthur J. Rolnick is senior vice president and director of research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and an associate economist with the Federal Open Market Committee.
Courtesy of Professor Kim Ruhl
Tue, Apr 3, 2007
UT guest economists are being nationally recognized for something other than their scholarly achievement. A small but elite group of nationally known economists have gained admittance to the "Big Daddy" Hall of Fame. Admittance to the Hall of Fame requires the complete consumption of a full rack of barbequed beef ribs known as the "Big Daddy from the County Line Resturant.
Unless you have been to Texas, odds are that you have not seen a whole rack of beef ribs, as most of the U.S. thinks barbeque is made out of pork. Beef ribs are large: very large. Finishing the Big Daddy requires courage, stamina, and a lot of napkins. Finishing the side dishes that accompany the Big Daddy is not required, but is considered good form.
For more information contact: Professor Kim Ruhl at firstname.lastname@example.org
Economics faculty member Daniel S. Hamermesh examines the impact of time-change
Thu, Mar 8, 2007
People adjust their daily routines to accommodate different time zones and changes in daylight-saving time, new research from The University of Texas at Austin shows.