✔本科学位，strong数学背景(have a total of four quarters of differential and integral calculus plus linear algebra before entering the program)
✔ 托福100/雅思7.0 （本科是英语授课可以Waive）
✔ CV， SOP, Writing sample等
Funding：所有申请人被自动考虑fellowship (自动授予背景出色的申请人)，cover学费+每月生活补贴(每年至少USD34,000)。其它的比如graduate assistantship
- 01 KIMINORI MATSUYAMA
Kiminori Matsuyama’s research interests concern international trade and economic growth and development. He is particularly interested in understanding the mechanisms behind macroeconomic instability, structural transformation, as well as inequality across countries, regions, and households.
- 02 MATTHIAS DOEPKE
Matthias Doepke’s research deals with topics in economic growth and development, political economy, and monetary economics. Recently, he has worked on theories of demographic change, family economics, the role of political and cultural change in economic development, and redistributional effects of inflation.
- 03 ALESSANDRO PAVAN
Alessandro Pavan’s research concerns the analysis of the role of information in strategic situations of interest to both micro and macro economists. In particular, his research focuses on global games, the social value of information and coordination, mechanism design, matching, and two-sided markets.
- 04 LORI BEAMAN
Lori Beaman is a development economist whose research interests are centered on three themes: the role of social networks in the labor market, agricultural technology adoption and women’s mobility.
- 05 SCOTT OGAWA
Associate Professor of Instruction
Scott Ogawa’s research focuses on the economics of education and the decisions of students and teachers. He has applied the techniques of experimental economics to ask whether students who pay more for their education put forth more effort. More generally, he is interested in the behavioral effects of price on product utilization.
- 06 MARTÍ MESTIERI
Martí Mestieri’s research focuses on international trade and economic growth. His research analyzes how technology adoption, human capital acquisition and different trade regimes affect economic growth and income inequality across and within countries.