Congratulations to our Econ students who were accepted as members to Phi Beta Kappa:
Class of 2021
Samuel R. Scott
Luying “Helen” Yang
Class of 2022
Daniel T. Hiller
*Accepted as juniors*
Congrats to our own Professor Tom Tietenberg! His work has been recognized by AERE as a Publication of Enduring Quality for his book Emissions Trading: An Exercise in Reforming Pollution Policy.
Check out the article written by the Economics Department’s Jim Siodla in the Colby Magazine
Check out the this article in the Colby Magazine that features contributions from some of the Colby’s Economics Department Faculty.
Economics Department’s faculty member Rob Lester’s published column piece on price-gouging in Medium.
Congratulations to our Economics Department students who were accepted as members to Phi Beta Kappa:
Class of 2020
Benjamin S. Retik
Amanda J. Schmidt
Class of 2021
Dear Colby Colleagues and Students,
It is with great pleasure that we announce the hiring of three new faculty members who will be joining the Economics Department in the fall.
- Erin Giffin is getting her Ph.D. in Economics from University of California San Diego with research focusing on Microeconomic Theory, Behavioral Economics/Economics and Psychology, and Experimental Economics.
- Jennifer Meredith is getting her Ph.D. from the University of Washington with research focusing on Natural Resource Economics and Development Economics, and a specialty in Marine Resource Economics.
- Yang Fan is getting his Ph.D. from the University of Washington with research focusing on Financial Economics, Corporate Finance, and Microeconometrics.
These talented individuals look forward to being part of the Colby community and working with our amazing students. We are delighted to welcome them to the Economics Department team.
Dr. Michael Donihue ‘79
Herbert E. Wadsworth Professor of Economics
Assistant Professor Timothy P. Hubbard’s book Auctions is mentioned by Tyler Cowen on his widely read blog “MarginalRevolution”:
Article by Prof Samara Gunter, Daniel Riera-Crichton (Bates), Carlos Vegh (University of Maryland) and Guillermo Vuletin (IADB):