EGC faculty affiliates and visitors include scholars across the University working on international development, trade, and economic history. We also host pre- and post-doctoral fellows and a vibrant Yale student internship program.
Leadership and Staff
Under the direction of Professor Rohini Pande, EGC staff supports the research and communication needs of affiliates and enables an array of activities in teaching, outreach and broader engagement.
EGC faculty affiliates include scholars drawn from Yale’s Department of Economics, School of Management and Jackson Institute, working on a range of topics in international development, trade, and economic history.
Throughout EGC’s history, we have welcomed scholars from external institutions to teach, participate in workshops and events, and immerse themselves in the EGC research community.
EGC offers postdoctoral fellowships to recent PhDs working on projects in development economics. EGC also hosts a number of postgraduate associates who support research projects under the mentorship of EGC faculty, often leading to their acceptance into top graduate schools. The EGC also occasionally hires research consultants to support strategic initiatives.
EGC employs Yale undergraduates to assist in a wide range of research, data, and supporting tasks. Our Communications Interns help with events and write about development research and EGC’s history.
Alumni of the Internship & Fellowship programs
Many of our former Interns, Associates, and Fellows have gone on to top graduate programs, professional work in economics and international development, or careers in academia.
EGC Affiliate Spotlight Series
In this series of articles, we ask EGC affiliates to share about their career paths, their approach to international development, and what drives their current research.
Starting with EGC Founding Director Lloyd Reynolds in 1961, our directors have helped determine the direction of EGC research and programming.