Lebergott-Lovell Prize announced

The Wesleyan Economics department is pleased to announce the winner of this year’s Lebergott-Lovell prize. This prize is for the top paper written for a course in the current academic year that uses econometric techniques to analyze an economic problem.  Nine papers were submitted by economics faculty for consideration by the committee (Profs. Hornstein, Keats, … Read moreLebergott-Lovell Prize announced