Economics Day 2014
Economics Day is our annual celebration to recognize outstanding achievements by undergraduate and graduate students and exemplary teaching by economics faculty. It is made possible by the generosity of the W.P. Carey Foundation.
Department Chair Ken Wolpin welcomed attendees and introduced the program.
Francis DiTraglia won the Irving B. Kravis Prize for Distinction in Undergraduate Teaching for tenure track faculty.
The winner of the Irving B. Kravis Prize for Distinction in Undergraduate Teaching for tenure faculty was Antonio Merlo.
Julie Berez was the winner of the Lawrence R. Klein Prize for Outstanding Research by an Undergraduate.
The Simon Kuznets Fellowship Award in Economics was shared this year by undergraduates Steven Jaffe (left) and Chase Harrow (right).
Hardik Gupta was this year's winner of the Bernard Shanbaum Prize for Excellence in Economics.
Graduate Student Kristin Shaw accepts the Edwin Mansfield Teaching Prize.
The winner of this year's Robert Summers Dissertation Fellowship in Economics was Tzuo-Hann Law.
Murat Celik received the Maloof Family Dissertation Fellowship in Economics.
The Joel Popkin Graduate Student Teaching Prize in Economics was awarded to Devin Reilly.
Yunan Li received the Sidney Weintraub Memorial Fellowship in Economics.
Naoki Aizawa won the Paul Taubman Memorial Prize for Empirical Economics Research.
The winner of the Hiram C. Haney Fellowship Award in Economics was Lorenzo Braccini.
Francesc Dilme, who is Junior Professor at the University of Bonn, accepts the William Polk Carey Prize for the Outstanding Economics Disseration in 2013.