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  • Department of Economics | University of California, Berkeley
    and David Sraer to our dynamic and diverse faculty News We are very sad to report that Lloyd Ulman Professor Emeritus of Economics and Director Emeritus of the Institute of Industrial Relations died September 17th at the age of 94 Lloyd was a distinguished member of the Berkeley faculty since 1958 served on the staff of John Kennedy s Council of Economic Advisers and was a leading analyst of wage price guidelines and the institutional economics of trade unions Please see the following obituary We are very sorry to report that our long time colleague and friend Gregory Grossman has passed away Please see the following obituary Yuriy Gorodnichenko new blog post Economic prospects of Ukraine Maurice Obstfeld appointed to Council of Economic Advisers Article 2 Edward Miguel receives Chancellor s Awards for Public Service for his Research in the Public Interest Upcoming Events Tuesday November 11 2014 Prev Next There are no events scheduled for this day more Announcements Give to Economics Cal Academic Openings Commencement 2014 Course Enrollment Procedures 2014 2015 Ph D Job Market Candidates Recent Publications Akerlof George A Animal Spirits Moretti Enrico The New Geography of Jobs Reich Michael Contemporary Capitalism and its Crises Obstfeld

    Original URL path: https://www.econ.berkeley.edu/ (2014-11-11)
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  • Awards | Department of Economics
    Jansson 2007 David S Lee 2006 Edward Andrew Miguel 2005 Chang Tai Hsieh 2004 Aviv Nevo 2003 Emmanuel Saez 2003 Kenneth Y Chay 2001 Ilya Segal 1999 Aaron Edlin 1998 Hilary W Hoynes 1997 Christina Shannon 1997 Matthew Rabin 1995 David Romer 1991 Eddie Dekel Tabak 1990 Christina D Romer 1989 Jeffrey A Frankel 1986 Drew Fudenberg 1984 About Us About Us Home Chairs Managers Staff Research Centers Alumni Faculty

    Original URL path: https://www.econ.berkeley.edu/about-us/home/awards (2014-11-11)
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  • Department of Economics | University of California, Berkeley
    510 643 0720 E mail ygorodni econ berkeley edu About Us About Us Home Chairs Managers Staff Research Centers Alumni Faculty Faculty Profiles Faculty by Field Emeritus Visiting Faculty Graduate Graduate Home Admissions Current Students Graduate Profiles Employment Undergraduate Undergraduate Home Current Majors Prospective Majors FAQ Courses Courses Home Seminars This Week s Seminars Next Week s Seminars Resources Resources Home Rooms Computing Teaching Library CalMail Webmail Search form Search

    Original URL path: https://www.econ.berkeley.edu/faculty/818 (2014-11-11)
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  • Department of Economics | University of California, Berkeley
    Development Economic Research CIDER He joined Berkeley in 1989 as a professor following appointments at Columbia 1979 1986 and the University of Pennsylvania 1986 1989 He was also a visiting professor at Harvard between 1989 and 1991 He received his Ph D from MIT in 1979 Professor Obstfeld serves as honorary advisor to the Bank of Japan s Institute of Monetary and Economic Studies Among Professor Obstfeld s honors are the Carroll Round Keynote Lecture Woodward Lecture and Bernhard Harms Prize and Lecture in 2004 Professor Obstfeld is a Fellow of the Econometric Society and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences He is active as a research Fellow of CEPR a research associate at NBER and an International Research Fellow at the Kiel Institute of World Economics Current Research Dynamic open economy models with nominal rigidities exchange rates and international financial crises global capital market integration in historical perspective monetary policy in open economies Current Status On Leave AY 14 15 Office 697E Evans Phone 510 643 9646 E mail obstfeld econ berkeley edu About Us About Us Home Chairs Managers Staff Research Centers Alumni Faculty Faculty Profiles Faculty by Field Emeritus Visiting Faculty Graduate Graduate Home Admissions Current

    Original URL path: https://www.econ.berkeley.edu/faculty/838 (2014-11-11)
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  • Department of Economics | University of California, Berkeley
    both Economics and Mathematics from MIT and received a Ph D in Economics from Harvard University where he was a National Science Foundation Fellow Ted s main research focus is African economic development including work on the economic causes and consequences of violence the impact of ethnic divisions on local collective action and interactions between health education and productivity for the poor He has conducted field work in Kenya Sierra Leone Tanzania and India Ted is a Faculty Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research Associate Editor of the Quarterly Journal of Economics Journal of Development Economics and Review of Economics and Statistics recipient of the 2005 Alfred P Sloan Fellowship and winner of the 2005 Kenneth J Arrow Prize awarded annually by the International Health Economics Association for the Best Paper in Health Economics Miguel is author with Ray Fisman of Economic Gangsters Corruption Violence and the Poverty of Nations Princeton University Press 2008 and Africa s Turn W34 MIT Press 2009 Current Research Violence and economic performance local public finance in Africa Current Status Teaching Office 647 Evans Phone 510 642 7162 E mail emiguel econ berkeley edu About Us About Us Home Chairs Managers Staff

    Original URL path: https://www.econ.berkeley.edu/faculty/834 (2014-11-11)
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  • Events | Department of Economics
    231 PF Lunch Seminar Improving tax collection by public shaming Evidence from Slovenia 2014 11 10 12 00 All taxonomy terms Public Finance Seminar Seminar E295 Survey of Research Industrial Organization 2014 11 10 12 10 All taxonomy terms Seminar Survey of Research in Economics Seminar E295 Survey of Research Financial Economics 2014 11 10 13 10 All taxonomy terms Seminar Survey of Research in Economics Seminar 211 BEHL Economic History Seminar A Culture of Growth Origins of the Modern Economy 2014 11 10 14 00 All taxonomy terms Economic History Seminar Seminar 271 Development Seminar Bitter Sweet How Sugar Prices Contribute to the Diet Related Disease Epidemic in Mexico 2014 11 10 16 10 All taxonomy terms Development and Planning Seminar Seminar 231 Public Finance Evidence Based Editorial Decisions 2014 11 12 16 00 All taxonomy terms Public Finance Seminar Seminar 291 Departmental Evidence Based Editorial Decisions 2014 11 12 16 10 All taxonomy terms Departmental Seminar Seminar Seminar 217 Risk Management 2014 11 13 14 00 All taxonomy terms Risk Management Seminar Seminar 251 Labor Reference points and demand for redistribution Experimental evidence 2014 11 13 14 00 All taxonomy terms Labor Economics Seminar Seminar 242 Econometrics Topic

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  • Academic Opening(s) 2014-2015 -- UC Berkeley Economics | Department of Economics
    recommendation that are solicited by the Department will be treated as confidential per University of California policy and California state law Please refer potential referees including when letters are provided via a third party i e dossier service or career center to the UC Berkeley statement of confidentiality http apo berkeley edu evalltr html The University of California is an equal opportunity affirmative action employer Non tenured tenure track Opening s Assistant Professor of Economics Open Fields JPF00527 Basic Qualifications Required The basic qualifications required to be an applicant is the completion of all degree requirements except dissertation or equivalent by time of application Required Materials Applicants are required to submit a curriculum vitae one 1 research paper and arrange for the submission of three 3 letters of recommendation Candidates applying for this position who hold tenure track faculty positions at other institutions should provide contact information for three 3 referees but do not need to request letters through the system at the time of application Referees will only be contacted if you are a finalist for the position and we will seek your permission before doing so Please note that your application will appear incomplete when you do not

    Original URL path: https://www.econ.berkeley.edu/recruitment/faculty-openings (2014-11-11)
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  • Commencement 2015 | Department of Economics
    grassy hillside above the concrete bleacher seating The Greek Theatre is open to the elements and you and your guests should be prepared for any kind of weather and a wide range of temperatures There are no indoor temperature controlled areas at the Greek Theatre It may be very cold on a foggy morning becoming very hot if the sun comes out Sunscreen is highly recommended as are blankets and or layered clothing Guests and students should dress accordingly Commencement will take place rain or shine CAPS GOWNS and HONORS CORDS Caps gowns and honors cords will be available for purchase at the Cal Student Store in the Graduation Department starting in April Questions should be directed to the store at 510 845 1226 or visit them at their new location on 2470 Bancroft Way PARKING We strongly encourage carpooling and use of public transportation if possible Parking on campus can be limited and availability and price varies Please note there is a curbside drop off area on Gayley Road just north of the Greek Theatre entrance for passengers with mobility disabilities who prefer to minimize the travel distance to the Greek Theatre For more information about parking see the Parking and Transportation website Please note the Economics Department does not manage event parking in any way Directions to the campus Campus Map LODGING AND DINING Visitors from out of the Bay Area may wish to contact UC Berkeley Visitors Services at 642 5215 Information on local accommodations can be found at the Berkeley Visitors Bureau PARTICIPATION Anyone who finished is finishing their coursework in summer 2014 2015 fall 2014 2015 or spring 2015 is welcome to participate in the Commencement ceremony and should put their names in the Commencement Program Only students who are actually finishing all their requirements

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