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Courses Department of Economics Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: The course uses problem sets based on real-world examples and data to examine techniques for analyzing nonexperimental data including control function approaches, matching methods, panel-data methods, selection models, instrumental variables, and regression-discontinuity methods. The emphasis throughout, however, is on the critical role of

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Workshops & Seminars Department of Economics Cornell

Details: The S. C. Tsiang Macroeconomics Workshop Sho-Chieh Tsiang, a world-renowned authority in macroeconomics, monetary theory and international finance, was a Professor of Economics at Cornell University from 1969 until his retirement and elevation to Emeritus status in 1985.

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Where Can I Get Research/Economics Skills

Details: For most courses, there is a paid online tutorial version of help, or you can youtube instructions for quick fixes. If you’re looking for something more than that, these are available on campus- take a look. We recommend students learn these skills if they want to pursue undergraduate or graduate research in economics (and other fields).

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Faculty mobilize to provide virtual instruction

Details: Less-traditional courses, such as performance or community-based classes, can be more challenging to replicate online, but faculty in similar fields at Cornell and around the world are drawing inspiration from each other, Vanderlan said. “Every university is going through this, so disciplines are really stepping up in various ways,” he said.

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The Economics Major (A&S Students) Department of

Details: (A) ECON 1110 or ECON 1120 will count toward the 12 Economics courses required for the Major only if the student receives official Cornell credit for the course (see the department's Policy for Intro Course Credit). (B) Courses taken to fulfill Requirement (2) MUST be taken at Cornell*.

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Resources & Forms Department of Economics Cornell Arts

Details: Course of Study & Forbidden Overlaps. Find all current and historical economics courses on the Course of Study page. View all of the Forbidden Overlap Courses for the 2017-2018 Academic Year here. Class Rosters. Fall 2020 Class Roster.

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Information for Prospective/Incoming Grad Students

Details: If courses in mathematics or microeconomics are completed after the application transcript has been sent, the student is strongly advised to send an updated transcript (a copy or unofficial version will do) showing the grades in these courses. Updated admissions material …

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Robert Bloomfield Department of Economics Cornell Arts

Details: As the Johnson School’s Faculty Director of eLearning, Professor Bloomfield oversees the development of online courses and helps faculty make best use of technology in traditional courses. He is the author of the award-winning eBook, What Counts and What Gets Counted, which can be downloaded free online, and has used the book as the basis for

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Michèle Belot Department of Economics Cornell Arts

Details: "Providing Advice to job Seekers at Low Cost: An Experimental Study on Online Advice" (2019), with Philipp Kircher and Paul Muller, Review of Economic Studies 86(4), 1411–1447 "How Private is Private Information? The Ability to Spot Deception in an Economic Game" (2017), with Jeroen van de Ven, Experimental Economics 20(1), 19-43.

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Levon Barseghyan Department of Economics Cornell Arts

Details: Political Economy of Debt and Growth, with M. Battaglini, Journal of Monetary Economics, Volume 82, Pages 36–51, September 2016.The Online Appendix can be downloaded here. Inference under Stability of Risk Preferences, with F. Molinari and J. Teitelbaum, Quantitative Economics, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp. 367-409, August 2016.*. Property Taxation, Zoning and Efficiency in A Dynamic Tiebout Model

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Undergraduate Student Experiences Department of

Details: In this course, the candidate articulates their research question by developing a thesis proposal, surveys the relevant literature, and assesses the relevant data. This is a 4-credit hour course and is taken as S/U only and thus cannot be counted as one of the 12 courses required to complete the economics major.

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GSAFE Department of Economics Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: GSAFE is the Graduate Student Association for Economics at Cornell University. GSAFE organizes opportunities for economics graduate students to present research, represents the interests of students to the faculty, and organizes social events for graduate students in the field.

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Jörg Stoye Department of Economics Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Recent media coverage: Spiegel Online (on the "Drosten-Bild-Affäre"), Inside Higher Ed, VoxEU, IZA World of Labor, Cornell Chronicle (all on College student learning in pandemic times). For his current work related to the COVID-19 pandemic, see Professor Stoye's personal website.

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Jörg Stoye, Professor, Cornell University, Field of Economics

Details: Standardized assessments applied to numerous courses over recent years reveal the impact of COVID-19 on learning outcomes. This impact is negative and is attenuated by instructors' prior experience with online teaching. There is no strong evidence of differential impact across demographic subgroups.

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Smooth start to virtual instruction, thanks to weeks of

Details: “This is an amazing number of instructors and students engaged in online learning, many of them completely new to this mode of teaching and learning,” said Julia Thom-Levy, vice provost for academic innovation and professor of physics in A&S. “Of course there are issues to iron out.

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Advice for First-Year Ph.D. Students in Economics at

Details: Most students take all eight of these core courses (three in micro, two each in macro and econometrics, and one in mathematical economics) during the first year. The exceptions are usually (1) students who pass out of the math course or the first econometrics course, (2) students who have TA (teaching assistant) or RA (research assistant) duties.

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NSF grant to fund economists’ active learning study

Details: For both courses, a baseline semester was taught using an in-person, lecture-based approach; in later semesters, the courses will be taught by the same instructors using active learning methods, online instruction or both. The researchers will then use a variety of …

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The Economics Minor (ILR Students) Department of

Details: Nine courses listed by the Department of Economics, all with grades of C– or better (S–U grade option is not allowed). These nine courses must satisfy the above and following requirements: (1) Except for ECON 1110 and ECON 1120, all courses must be at the 3000-level or higher. (2) All students must take ECON 3030 and ECON 3040.

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Students find creative ways to retool summer plans

Details: CUeLinks is a university-wide online networking platform where students can connect with alumni and resource to achieve academic, career and personal goals. Armaan Goyal Since Goyal and his friend, Aaryaman Mishr ’20, both ended up without summer positions, they’re focusing their efforts on creating an online platform to help connect

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Educational verve: New approaches to teaching

Details: In the evolutionary biology course (BIOEE 1780), students are clustered into teams of five – teams that remain constant throughout the semester, carefully composed based on a pre-class survey that asks about prior preparation and collaborative experience. Empty rows between the clusters are traversed by at least 10 graduate and undergraduate

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New interdisciplinary initiative explores capitalism

Details: A trailer for a 2014 MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) taught by history professor Ed Baptist and ILR professor Louis Hyman. Says Glickman, “Many of our students are deeply interested in applying history to issues of social concern. The History of Capitalism project connects historical scholarship with student’s lives and engagement.”

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Pandemic pivots: Students find ways to continue research

Details: An interest in health care research. Although just a sophomore, Govani is already involved in two labs on campus, the Cummings lab in the Cornell Vet School focused on diabetes and obesity research and the Design & Augmented Intelligence lab in the College of Human Ecology, looking at how technology and design impact the relationship between people and their built environments.

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Marcel Preuss Department of Economics Cornell Arts

Details: Marcel Preuss is an assistant professor of Strategy and Business Economics at the SC Johnson Graduate School of Management. His primary research interest lies in the analysis of firms’ incentives and strategies in imperfectly competitive markets, and online markets in particular.

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Early adopters of Canvas share lessons learned

Details: Course sites for all fall 2019 courses are now available for faculty on the Canvas website; faculty can log in now and begin building their courses. Faculty resources for the transition, including workshops offered throughout the summer, are available at the [email protected] Resource Library .

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$2.7 million grant expands Arts & Sciences Active Learning

Details: Sociology. The sociology project will infuse several large, lower-division introductory courses with active learning; every year, more than 1,000 students from across Cornell take such courses in sociology. According to Associate Professor Vida Maralani, co-lead for the project, these students are socially and economically diverse, in part because the topics covered in sociology’s

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Jörg Stoye, Professor, Cornell University, Field of Economics

Details: Contact Information. Professor Jörg Stoye 450 Uris Hall Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853. E-mail: [email protected] Phone: (607) 255-7586 Fax: (607) 255-2818

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Eight faculty members receive Weiss teaching awards

Details: To more effectively engage the 400-plus students in the electromagnetism course, Shen developed multiple online resources, including an array of YouTube videos and pre-lecture questions to reveal which topics required clarification. Students widely praised Shen’s teaching as “inspiring, enthusiastic, engaging and well-organized.”

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Honors & Independent Study Department of Economics

Details: Students participating in this program enroll in Econ 4999, Independent Study in Economics; this course carries variable credit, and is available both fall and spring semesters. Before enrolling in Econ 4999, the student must submit a proposal for independent study, approved by a …

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Graduate School Forms Department of Economics Cornell

Details: The online Student Center will only permit combinations of committee chair and field that are consistent. To access the online Student Center click, here . When selecting a committee chair who is a member of several graduate fields, be careful to select an economics concentration, not a …

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George Boyer Honored With Weiss Teaching Award

Details: She teaches ILR’s required introductory course in labor and employment law almost every semester to 50 to 65 students – notorious as one of the most challenging courses in the curriculum, yet one of the most popular. “Griffith is not just an excellent undergrad teacher. She is a powerhouse, a bundle of energy working tirelessly to improve

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Francesca Molinari, Professor, Cornell University, Field

Details: Sharp Identification Regions in Models with Convex Moment Predictions, with Arie Beresteanu and Ilya Molchanov, Econometrica, 2011, vol. 79, issue 6, pages 1785-1821; with Online Supplement. (This paper supercedes three earlier working papers by the same authors: CeMMAP Working Papers # CWP25/10, CWP27/09 and CWP15/08.)

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Social sciences center awards COVID-19 grants Department

Details: The researchers will use online experimental social psychology methods to investigate the effect of moral values on the stigmatization of COVID-19 victims and willingness to help affected communities. Findings will have implications for effective public messaging to encourage prosocial and economic recovery. including how clusters of course

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Cornell experts discuss state of pandemic Department of

Details: These were a few examples of Cornell altruism described by Wendy Wolford, vice provost for international affairs, who moderated a virtual panel of Cornell experts, “COVID-19: Origin, Response Management, and Impact on the Global Economy,” March 24. The online discussion, which had an audience of 3,000, was replayed March 28.

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Critical Dates for Graduate Students Department of

Details: Math Review Course: August 3 - August 21, 2020 August 3 - Aug 21 Room: Online & Recorded Time: 9:00am-noon Grade of at least B- in Econ 6170 fall 2019 or pass grade on the math proficiency exam August 21, 2020: Online

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News Department of Economics Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: Random Sets in Econometrics by Francesca Molinari & Ilya Molchanov to be Published Online in April 2018 Learn More Inauguration of the S.C. Tsiang Macroeconomics Workshop

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Cornell Atkinson awards five more COVID-19 rapid grants

Details: Sarah Kreps, professor of government, and Doug Kriner, the Clinton Rossiter Professor in American Institutions, both in the College of Arts and Sciences, will examine the proliferation of online medical misinformation since the outbreak of COVID-19, which ranges from …

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Tech companies favor CU social science grads Department

Details: The introductory courses in computer and information science are also some of the most popular on campus, with a record-breaking 800 students signed up for CS1110 this fall. Department planners are reserving the largest rooms on campus for CS and IS courses so they don’t have to turn students away, said Megan Gatch, course coordinator for the

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Senior year: Finding a future, relishing each moment

Details: For some students like Bessoir and Sarah Zumba ‘18, days are filled with visits to the career fair, online searches for job postings and application emails and letters. “It can be a bit overwhelming,” said Bessoir, a double major in history and government.

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Cornellians in China help send medical supplies to NYC

Details: One online parent group Hua started together with several other Cornellian volunteers grew from a dozen members to more than 200 in its first day. “It was truly a privilege to get to interact with so many people in China who love and care about Cornell so deeply,” Hua said.

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Cornell University 8/22/17 Fall 2017 Gregory Besharov

Details: course material, students often have difficulties transferring their ability from the online problems to the written format of examination questions since calculators are not allowed. The problems done in class should help in this regard. The first preliminary examination will …

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Center for Social Sciences names 2020-21 faculty fellows

Details: Climate change, school segregation and online interaction are among the topics to be investigated by the Cornell Center for Social Sciences’ newest group of faculty fellows.. The center’s Faculty Fellows Program has named 11 faculty members from six colleges and schools as its 2020-21 cohort.The yearlong fellowships, including a semester in residence at the center, are designed to give

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Graduate Field Concentrations Department of Economics

Details: After each concentration, there is a list of courses that students often take for that concentration. There is one extremely important caveat: the exact courses required to meet a particular concentration are determined by a student’s special committee and not by the field or DGS.

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The Power of Peer Interaction Department of Economics

Details: "A new working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research finds that students performed substantially worse, on average, on standardized course assessments at the end of the COVID-19 spring semester than in previous academic terms.. There was no evidence that this was driven by specific demographic groups, meaning that everyone was at an apparent disadvantage as a result …

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About Us Department of Economics Cornell Arts & Sciences

Details: An unusually broad range of courses gives students an understanding of the way economies operate and an insight into public issues. Currently, the department has more than 50 faculty members, 500 majors, 100 Ph.D. students, and serves over 5,000 students on campus each year.

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'Fairygodboss' founder tackles workplace inequality

Details: Huang was originally a transfer student from a music conservatory, entering with intentions to major in philosophy and music. “After a couple months I realized that the reason I was at Cornell wasn’t for the music,” Huang said. “I ended up as an economics major simply by taking a lot of different courses and finding out what I was good at.

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Entrepreneurs say A&S skills invaluable in creating a

Details: “People are always shocked to learn that organic chemistry was my favorite course. To me, it felt like a puzzle; I loved how there was very little memorization involved, and instead focused taking a few building blocks, and figuring out how to create something new from them, constantly testing and iterating until you figure out what works

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Application portal opens for new Klarman Fellowships

Details: The online application portal for the inaugural Klarman Fellowships has now opened, with a deadline of Oct. 15.. The Klarman Fellowships are expected to be among the most coveted in the country, providing postdoctoral opportunities to early-career scholars of outstanding talent, initiative and promise.

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Diverse alums gather for conversations on race, justice

Details: Mosaic community members and alumni from all class years were invited to participate in a series of online events, including the previously scheduled “Mosaic Forum: Fireside Chat with Congresswoman Sharice Davids, J.D. ’10.

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Alumni Notes: Spring 2020 Department of Economics

Details: He joined one of the Big 8 (at the time) accounting firms, who sent him to Northwestern to take the required accounting courses to become a CPA. He spent 11 years with that firm, then another 11 years with PepsiCo, all in their international businesses. He was later recruited to become the CFO of the largest law firm in the world, Baker & McKenzie.

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