Thank you to our Economics Leadership Council and alumni for their strong and loyal support of our students. Go Blue!
The University of Michigan Department of Economics is ranked #11 on the Best Global Universities for Economics and Business List produced by U.S. News & World Report.
Congratulations to Antony Anyosa for winning the Economics t-shirt photo contest! The winning picture is of the Economics t-shirt in Machu Picchu, Peru. You can check all the photo entries out on the Economics Department Facebook and Twitter pages.
In a paper appearing in the July 11 issue of Science, U-M Economics Professor Matthew Shapiro, doctoral student Michael Gelman and their colleagues report precise measures of how spending responds to the arrival of paychecks and government benefits.
Associate Professor Martha Bailey reviews the impact of the "Great Society" programs that were first announced by President Lyndon Johnson in his May 22, 1964 commencement address at the University of Michigan.
Monica Dorman (econ '01) meets Yichuan Wang, the inaugural Gary Dorman Memorial Scholar, prior to her Econ 108 presentation on March 28, 2014
Welcome to the Department of Economics
A Message from the Chair
It is an exciting opportunity to become chair of the Department of Economics. The department has a long and impressive history, with many distinguished economists having served as chair. I am proud to follow a recent group of outstanding department chairs who have provided wise and capable leadership during a period in which we hired many outstanding faculty and made important improvements to our already excellent undergraduate and graduate teaching programs.
Joel Slemrod has been a great department chair, widely admired by faculty, students and staff. More
- A Warming Trend: Consumers Step Into the Sunshine February 11, 2015
- Congratulations Gaurav Khanna NBER Fellowship Recipient February 11, 2015
- U.S. Military to End Ebola Relief Mission in Liberia February 10, 2015
- Economic History
Speaker: Leonard Wantchekon, Princeton University
- Interdisciplinary Seminar in Quantitative Methods
Speaker: Tyler J. VanderWeele, Harvard School of Public Health and MITRE Visiting Scholar
Speaker: Joachim Freyberger, University of Wisconsin-Madison