Prof. Brunet’s dissertation featured in Journal of Economic History

A summary Gillian Brunet’s dissertation, “Understanding the effects of fiscal policy: measurement, mechanisms, and lessons from history,” was published in the Journal of Economic History in June.  A link is here. The dissertation was completed at the University of California, Berkeley and won the Economic History Association’s 2018 Allan Nevins Prize Competition.

20 students inducted into ODE

Twenty students and Wesleyan’s newest assistant professor, Gillian Brunet, were inducted in to the Wesleyan chapter of the Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE) Economics honor society on November 28 in PAC 001.  The student inductees are: Nicole Rachel Brodkowitz, Aaron Cheung, Rusheng Duan, Allegra T. Fils-Aime, Madelyn Rose   Fried, Michael James Gallo, Eric Anthony Gooden, Eunes Miah Harun, Qingyang (Heropeia) Hu, Min Jang, Rachel C Kantor, Avi Lipton, Gillian … Read more