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Temporary Lecturer Recruitment

Temporary Lecturer Recruitment

The Department of Economics at the University of California, Davis, seeks temporary instructors to teach in a wide range of fields each academic year

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Professor Jenna Sterns examines gender gap in Economics profession

Professor Jenna Sterns examines gender gap in Economics profession

After progress in the 1970s and 1980s, why has progress toward gender equality stalled in Economics?

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Professor James Cloyne uncovers similarities between inter-war and today's British economy

Professor James Cloyne uncovers similarities between inter-war and today's British economy

UCD Professor James Cloyne, Nicholas Dimsdale (Oxford), Natacha Postel-Vinay (London School of Economics) show that "the austerity, low interest rates, and sluggish growth in Britain between the two World Wars mirror today's economic circumstances."

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Inaugural UC Davis Economics Undergraduate Seminar Thursday, October 18th, 3:30-4:30

Inaugural UC Davis Economics Undergraduate Seminar Thursday, October 18th, 3:30-4:30

Jennifer Doleac of Texas A&M will present the inaugural UC Davis Economics Undergraduate Seminar on Thursday, October 18th, 3:30-4:30 in SSH 1113, on “The unintended consequences of Ban the Box policies.” The event is free and open to all undergraduates and followed by a reception to talk with faculty about their economics-related interests.

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Professor Ann Huff Stevens receives funding to support mentorship

Professor Ann Huff Stevens receives funding to support mentorship

Professor Ann Huff Stevens, through the Center for Poverty Research and joint with Professors Jacob Hibel and Erin Hamilton from the Sociology Department, has received funding from the University of California Office of the President to support mentorship for students from historically black universities interested in pursuing graduate studies and scholarly research through the UC-HBCU initiative.

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Three UC Davis international economists will speak about the U.S.-China Trade War on October 1st

Building on decades of research and travel to the region, Economics Professors Robert Feenstra, Deborah Swenson, and Wing Thye Woo will discuss the significance of recent trade tensions for global prosperity and international cooperation.

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Professor Greg Clark's research on geography and skill mentioned by WSJ

Professor Greg Clark's research on geography and skill mentioned by WSJ

The Wall Street Journal's Real-Time Economics newsletter highlighted joint work by UCD Professor Greg Clark and London School of Economics Professor on the impact of migration on regional variation in skill and economic outcomes.

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Professor Peter Lindert honored by Economic History Association and mentioned in The Economist

Professor Peter Lindert honored by Economic History Association and mentioned in The Economist

The Economic History Association spotlighted the contributions of UCD Professor Emeritus of Economics Peter Lindert by naming a prize in his honor. The Economist magazine also quoted him this summer for his expertise in public economics.

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The Economist features energy research by Professors Jim Bushnell and Kevin Novan

The Economist features energy research by Professors Jim Bushnell and Kevin Novan

The Economist magazine featured analysis by Professor Jim Bushnell (Economics) and Assistant Professor Kevin Novan (Agricultural Economics) examining how policy design can take into account varying availability of energy through the day to encourage use of renewables.

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