CQ Newsletter Issues

Volume 1, Issue 4

Features

William Nordhaus - Recognized for pioneering climate-change economics


Recognized for pioneering climate-change economics
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William Nordhaus

Econometrics, The Society, and Cowles: - Q&A with Stephen Morris


Stephen Morris is the Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Economics at Princeton University and is currently serving as the First Vice-President of the Econometrics Society. He was kind enough to sit down with us to discuss the Econometrics Society.
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Stephen Morris

A Homecoming for Renowned Economic Organization


The Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics has announced that the Econometric Society will return to Yale after more than 32 years. The business and editorial offices will once again operate under the auspices of 30 Hillhouse Avenue.
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Econmetrica Cover - Alfred Cowles

Faculty Focus

Samuelson Part of Inaugural AEA Journal


Larry Samuelson, the Cowles Foundation Director and A. Douglas Melamed Professor of Economics, has been named a coeditor of a new American Economic Association journal called the American Economic Review: Insights (AER).
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Larry Samuelson

Robert Shiller Presented Two Awards


There is no slowing down for Nobel laureate Robert Shiller who was awarded the Gold Honor Medal and the 2017 Truman Medal for Economic Policy.
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Robert Shiller

From the Archives

Yale Professors join the Econometric Society


In honor of the Econometric Society returning to the Cowles Foundation, we present an article from the New Haven Register dated May 15, 1932.
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New Haven Register Article, May 15, 1932

Volume 1, Issue 1

Faculty Focus

Faculty Focus - Johannes Hörner


To kick off its inaugural issue, CQ catches up with Alfred Cowles Professor of Economics Johannes Hörner for a meet and greet, Q&A faculty focus session.
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Johannes Hörner

Features

Predicting the Next President - The Ray Fair Formula


Ray Fair has quite the track record for predicting the presidential outcome with his voting formula.
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Crystal ball

Mark Rosenzweig - Studying Growth in Low-income Nations: Q&A


Mark Rosenzweig, the Frank Altschul Professor of Economics and a Cowles Research Staff Member, spoke with YaleNews about the Economic Growth Center and his work
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Mark Rosenzweig

From the Archives

From the Archives - Yale Daily News December 16, 1954


The announcement of the Cowles Commission move to Yale from the University of Chicago made the front page of the Yale Daily News on December 16, 1954
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Koopmans and Marschak

Volume 1, Issue 2

Features

Estimating the innovator’s dilemma: Q&A with Mitsuru Igami


Yale economist Mitsuru Igami: Established firms can fail to innovate even when their managers behave perfectly rationally.
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Economic Blackboard

Cowles 2017 Summer Conference Series Recap


The Cowles Foundation wrapped up its 2017 summer conference series which featured five areas of economic research.
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Geanakoplos Revels in Growing Popularity of General Equilibrium Conference


The 13th annual Conference on General Equilibrium and its Applications sponsored by the Cowles Foundation, was held on April 28-29, 2017
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ohn Geanakoplos

Faculty Focus

Costas Arkolakis Receives Bodossaki Award


Costas Arkolakis, Henry Kohn Associate Professor of Economics, received the 2017 Bodossaki Foundation Distinguished Young Scientists Award for social-economic sciences.
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Costas Arkolakis

From the Archives

Cowles 50th Anniversary Celebration


For this issue, we dig back in our archives to showcase the Cowles 50th Anniversary Celebration held on Friday and Saturday, June 3-4, 1983.
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Koopmans, Shubik, Scarf, Brainard, and Tobin