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Jeremy Greenwood, Professor of Economics and José-Víctor Ríos-Rull, Lawrence R. Klein Professor of Economics were elected Economic Theory Fellows for the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory in June 2017. Economic Theory Fellows are selected for their scientific excellence, originality and leadership, high ethical standards, and scholarly and creative achievement. 

The purpose of the Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory is to advance knowledge in theoretical economics and to facilitate communication among researchers in economics, mathematics, game theory, or any other field which is potentially useful to economic theory.

George J. Mailath, Professor of Economics and Walter H. Annenberg Professor in the Social Sciences, Department Chair, Andrew Postlewaite, Harry P. Kamen Professor of Economics and Professor of Finance, and Rakesh Vohra, George A. Weiss and Lydia Bravo Weiss University Professor were elected as fellows of the Game Theory Society. The Fellows of the Society are a group of people honored for their contributions to game theory and service to the Society, and are a source of advice for the Steering Committee.

Founded in 1999, the Game Theory Society aims to promote the investigation, teaching, and application of game theory. Game theory studies strategic interaction in competitive and cooperative environments. It is a central tool for economics and the social sciences, poses challenging research questions in mathematics, and is applied across a wide variety of fields, including computer science, neuroscience, philosophy, and biology.

We are pleased to announce the official launch of VoxChina is an independent, non-partisan and nonprofit platform we initiated with the support from a group of experienced and accomplished economists serving on the Advisory Board and the Editorial Board. In particular, Department of Economics is one of its founding institutional sponsors. The mission of VoxChina is to be the bridge on economic issues between China and the rest of the world by providing informed analysis on the state of the Chinese economy and insights for reform challenges facing China today, and by analyzing the impact of the development in the rest of the world economies on China.

VoxChina aims to fulfill its mission mainly by propagating and promoting research-based policy analysis on Chinese economic issues, including both impacts of the world economy on China and the Chinese economy in the world. 

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