New Microeconomic Insights website launched

Microeconomic Insights is a new website which will publish short, non-technical summaries of economic research for a public policy audience and thereby bridge the gap between international research and public policy.
It has been developed by researchers at the Institute for Fiscal Studies, University College London, Princeton University, Harvard University, London School of Economics, Northwestern University, University of California, San Diego, University of Manchester and Yale University.

Wendy Carlin awarded CBE in New Year's Honours list

Wendy Carlin has been awarded the title of Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the New Year's Honours list for services to economics and public finance.

Visitors arriving at the Department in November

We are pleased to annouce that the department will be welcoming the following visitors during November. For more information, please see the Visitors page.

Latest Econometrica issue features papers by Toru Kitagawa and Terri Kneeland

"A Test for Instrument Validity" by Toru Kitagawa and "Identifying Higher-Order Rationality" by Terri Kneeland have both been published in the latest issue of Econometrica.

Econometrica is the world's leading journal in the field of mathematical economics and econometrics and one of the top five core journals in economics.

Thomson Reuters names Richard Blundell as one of their Citation Laureates

Professor Sir Richard Blundell CBE FBA,  has just been announced as one of Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates—researchers whose landmark discoveries and advances, as well as their reputation in the scientific community, make them likely winners of the Nobel Prize. Although just a prediction at this stage, Thomson Reuters have accurately forecast 37 Nobel Prize winners since the inception of the Citation Laureates in 2002. More...

2015 Junior Job Market hires

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