News & Events
Professor Melissa Kearney was elected by her peers in the economics profession to serve on the Executive Committee (the leadership board) of the American Economic Association (AEA).
In a forthcoming interview in the Annual Review of Resource Economics, Professor Maureen Cropper reflects on her career in environmental economics.
The Board of Regents of the University of Maryland System voted on April 19th to approve a proposal to convert our master's program into a STEM-designated Master of Science program.
Cody Tuttle, a student in our Ph.D. program, has a solo-authored article appearing in the most recent issue of the American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. The AEJ: EP is published by the American Economic Association and is considered one of the most competitive and widely respected journals in the field.