Professor Douglas Webber presented his paper “Are College Costs Worth It? How Individual Ability, Major Choice, and Debt Affect Optimal Schooling Decisions” in the Labor Economics Seminar / Industrial Relations Workshop of the Department of Economics at Princeton University on Monday, April 20, 2015. read more →

Professor Catherine Maclean recently had two papers accepted for publication in refereed academic journals. She has contributed summaries of these papers for this post. The first of these papers is coauthored with Douglas A. Webber, also a faculty member in our department, and Michael T. French and Susan L. Ettner, entitled The Health Consequences of.. read more →

January 2015: “A New Approach to Model Verification, Falsification and Selection,” with Andrew Buck. Presentation (by Buck) at a meeting of the Western Economics Association International in Wellington, New Zealand, January 11, 2015. DETU Working Paper 14-03 – A New Approach to Model Verification,Falsification and Selection by Andrew J. Buck and George M. Lady. Supporting.. read more →

01 Mar 2015
March 1, 2015

Professor Leeds’s latest online papers

Professor Michael A. Leeds has two papers that were just published online. The first is entitled “Youth sports and the accumulation of human capital” and it appeared on the World of Labor website of IZA. The second is entitled “Cracking the glass ceiling”, is coauthored by Eva Marikova Leeds, and it appeared on the website.. read more →

Associate Professor Catherine Maclean is featured in the ”grantee spotlight” in The Changes in Health Care Financing and Organization (HCFO) initiative, a  program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. See the link Dr. Maclean’s CV reveals her amazing accomplishments in a career that has just begun. Her external funding includes: Robert Wood Johnson.. read more →