Cowles Quarterly Newsletter
By Michael Cummings
Fabrizio Zilibotti, the Tuntex Professor of International and Development Economics at Yale, and Cowles faculty staﬀ member spoke with Yale News about his new book, “Love, Money & Parenting: How Economics Explains the Way We Raise Our Kids.” Zilibotti and co-author Matthias Doepke, a professor of economics at Northwestern University, make the...Read more
Cowles research staﬀ members Xiaohong Chen, Malcolm K. Brachman Professor of Economics, and Costas Meghir, Douglas A Warner III Professor of Economics, were both elected to the 239th class of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Professors Chen and Meghir will join more than 200 other members elected into the 2019 class of the American Academy of Arts...Read more
The Cowles Foundation has announced the 2019-20 recipients of the Arvid Anderson Prize Fellowship in Economics. The ﬁve graduate students are: John Finlay (International Trade and Macroeconomics), Soonwoo Kwon (Econometrics), Weicheng Min (Microeconomic Theory and Behavioral Economics), Soumitra Shukla (Labor Economics, Economics of Education, and Industrial Organization), and Xinyang Wang (General Equilibrium Theory and Game Theory).
The fellowship prize is awarded...Read more
The Cowles Foundation has welcomed several new research staﬀ members over the last two years. A brief bio-sketch follows introducing our members who represent a diverse range of ﬁelds in Economics.
The Cowles Foundation has announced the 2020-21 recipients of the Arvid Anderson Prize Fellowship in Economics. The ﬁve graduate students are: Zijian He (international trade and macroeconomics), Disa Hynjo (labor economimcs), Masaki Miyashita (decision theory and social choice), Vitor Possebom (econometrics and applied...Read more
The Cowles Foundation congratulates the 2021-22 recipients of the Arvid Anderson Prize Fellowship in Economics. The ﬁve graduate students are: Haoge Chang (Econometrics), Zara Contractor (Labor Economics and Macroeconomics), Lucas Finamor (Labor Economics and Public Finance), Tan Gan (Micro Theory), and Ryungha Oh (...Read more
From the Archives
To commemorate Tjalling Koopmans’ Nobel Medal, we take a look back at the October 15, 1975 New York Times article announcing the prize awarded to both Koopmans and Leonid Kantrovovich.
STOCKHOLM, Oct. 14 —Leonid V. Kantorovich of the Soviet Union and Tjalling C. Koopmans of Yale University were named by the Swedish Royal Academy of Science today as co‐winners of the 1975 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Science.