Costas Arkolakis, October 13, 2021

The award-winning Greek economist uses innovative spatial models to address classic economics issues.

Diana Van Patten, September 5, 2021

Research by the new School of Management faculty member and EGC affiliate articulates the complex economic impacts of foreign firms on the living standards, politics, and environment of Costa Rica.

Naomi Lamoreaux, March 29, 2021

The Stanley B. Resor Professor of Economics and History uses the history of antitrust cases against Standard Oil and other companies to inform modern thinking on the monopoly power of tech giants.

Sam Kortum, February 2, 2021

Winner of the Frisch Medal and the Onassis Prize for International Trade, Kortum has been exploring alternative options for green policies that would be efficient in lowering global carbon emissions in the absence of a uniform international carbon price.

Nicholas Ryan, July 1, 2020

In a recent study, Nicholas Ryan and coauthors examined the goal of universal electrification and reached the surprising conclusion that the poor may ultimately benefit if they are asked to pay for electricity.

Pinelopi Koujianou Goldberg, February 21, 2020

In advance of her delivery of the 30th annual Kuznets Lecture, Penny Goldberg described how changes in world politics affect approaches to reducing poverty, particularly in Africa — and how Simon Kuznets’ best known theory may be challenged by recent developments in a world marked by inequality.