Home |

News

Multiple Assistant Professor Recruitments

Multiple Assistant Professor Recruitments

Behavioral economics and theory, labor & public economics, macroeconomics

Multiple Assistant Professor Recruitments - Read More…

Boik featured in Business Insider

Boik featured in Business Insider

Household allocation of attention to the Internet does not change amid new content and devices through which to consume it

Boik featured in Business Insider - Read More…

Alan Taylor Interviewed on FT's AlphaChat

Alan Taylor Interviewed on FT's AlphaChat

Hear Alan Taylor discussing his research on debt and financial crises.

Alan Taylor Interviewed on FT's AlphaChat - Read More…

Ina Simonovska wins Bhagwati Award

Ina Simonovska wins Bhagwati Award

UC Davis Professor honored for best paper in International Economics

Ina Simonovska wins Bhagwati Award - Read More…

Greg Clark on Newshour

Greg Clark on Newshour

UC Davis Professor pessimistic about US growth;

Greg Clark on Newshour - Read More…

A Brief Guide to Poverty in the US

A Brief Guide to Poverty in the US

A video series featuring research on domestic poverty. Presented by the Center for Poverty Research, UC Davis

A Brief Guide to Poverty in the US - Read More…

Katherine Eriksson Joins UCD Econ

Economic Historian Katherine Eriksson joins UC Davis Economics Department.

Katherine Eriksson Joins UCD Econ - Read More…

How clean is the electric car?

How clean is the electric car?

David Rapson's research covered in the San Diego Union-Tribune

How clean is the electric car? - Read More…

Katheryn Russ to serve at CEA

Katheryn Russ to serve at CEA

Russ is serving as a Senior Economist for the Council of Economic Advisers during 2015-16.

Katheryn Russ to serve at CEA - Read More…

Sorry to burst your bubble

Sorry to burst your bubble

Research by Oscar Jorda and Alan Taylor (from UC Davis) together with Moritz Schularick (U. of Bonn) cited in the latest issue of The Economist

Sorry to burst your bubble - Read More…

Debunking the myth of the job-stealing immigrant

Debunking the myth of the job-stealing immigrant

Professor Giovanni Peri of the University of California, Davis, has shown that immigrants tend to complement – rather than compete against – the existing work force.

Debunking the myth of the job-stealing immigrant - Read More…

Democracy and human rights

Democracy and human rights

Professor Meissner's research on the link between trade openness to democracy featured by the White House.

Democracy and human rights - Read More…

Social status is more strongly inherited even than height

Social status is more strongly inherited even than height

Professor Clark discusses why he thinks the American Dream doesn't exist and shares his thoughts on promoting equality with Michael Krasney in FORUM at KQED

Social status is more strongly inherited even than height - Read More…