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WELCOME NEW FACULTY 2011-12

We extend a warm welcome to the new faculty for 2011-12. Joining the ranks of our permanent faculty this year is Dr. Anson Soderbery.  Joining us as a visiting faculty member is Matthew Hoelle.

Anson Soderbery
Professor Soderbery  received his Ph.D. from the University of California in 2011.  His areas of expertise are International Trade, Empirical Industrial Organization, and Applied Econometrics. 

Matthew Hoelle
Matthew received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010. Since then, he has been a Max Weber Postdoctoral Fellow at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy. His research interests are Macroeconomic Theory and Financial Economics, specifically including the equilibrium effects of policy changes related to bankruptcy and taxation.

WELCOME NEW FACULTY 2010-11

We are happy to welcome two new members to our faculty for the 2010-2011 year.   Joining the ranks of our permanent faculty this year are Dr. Brian Roberson and Dr. Julian Romero

Brian Roberson
We are happy to welcome Professor Roberson back to the Purdue Economics Department. Brian received his Ph.D. from the Purdue University in 2005.  He had been an Assistant Professor of Economics at Miami University (Ohio).  Brian has a number of publications in game theory, with applications in economics and political science.  Among his research interests are Economic Theory, Game Theory, Political Economy, and Contest Theory.

Julian Romero
Professor Romero comes to Purdue from the California Institute of Technology where he completed his Ph.D. in Economics in 2010.  Julian’s research interests include Game Theory, Behavioral Economics and Experimental Economics.  He also has interests in Political Economy and Numerical Methods. Julian returns to the Midwest and the Big 10, as his undergraduate degree is from Northwestern University.

PURDUE TO CO-SPONSOR UPCOMING  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

In July of 2011 the International Conference of the Economic Science Association will be jointly sponsored by Purdue's  Krannert School of Management and the Booth School, University of Chicago.  Approximately three hundred experimental economists will gather for the event at the Booth School making it one of the world's largest experimental economics conferences.

 

WELCOME NEW FACULTY 2009-10

We extend a warm welcome to the new faculty for 2009-10. Joining the ranks of our permanent faculty this year are Dr. Gabriele Camera and Dr. Sandra Maximiano. 

Gabriele Camera
We are happy to welcome Gabriele Camera back to the Purdue Economics Department where he served as a faculty member from 1997-2007.  Professor Camera received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in 1997 and since that time he has won a number of awards including a Fulbright Distinguished Teaching Award (Siena Chair in Economics) in 2009/2010 and a Purdue Faculty Scholar Award in 2004.  Among his research interests are Applied Theory, Experimental Economics, Monetary Theory, and Macroeconomics.  Professor Camera will be teaching at all levels in the Economic Department (including Krannert’s MBA Program) and will also continue his work as associate editor of the Annals of Finance and Economic Theory.

Sandra Maximiano
Professor Maximiano comes to Purdue from the University of Chicago where she was a postdoc researcher since 2007.  Earning a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Amsterdam in 2007, Sandra has taught courses at that university and also the Catholic University of Lisbon.  Her research interests lie in the fields of experimental, behavioral and organizational economics.  This year Sandra will be teaching an undergraduate game theory course and a graduate-level course in experimental economics.

We are also happy to welcome visiting professor John Thompson.

John Thompson
Professor Thompson received his Ph.D. in Economics from Auburn University in 1998 with a concentration in industrial organization.  Since then he has been teaching at Louisiana State University, the University College of the Cayman Islands, and most recently he has been working as a consulting economist in Los Angeles.  He will be teaching Intermediate Microeconomics this fall and spring.

IN MEMORY OF C. P. "ROKO" ALIPRANTIS

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Distinguished Professor C. D. "Roko" Aliprantis on 2/27/2009.  Roko is warmly remembered for his substantial service to the Department of Economics at Purdue, including his generosity to graduate students and faculty members, his loyalty to the Department and to the School, his leadership, and his work ethic.  Roko epitomized what a true academic at a research university should be. The following link provides further information regarding Roko's accomplishments, as well as information on those wishing to offer condolences or make a contribution in Roko's name.

C. D. "Roko" Aliprantis: 1946-2009

WELCOME NEW FACULTY 2008-09

We extend a warm welcome to the new faculty for 2008-09. Joining the ranks of our permanent faculty this year are Dr. Justin Tobias and Dr. Yong Bao. 

Justin Tobias
Professor Tobias received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Chicago in 1999.   Since then he has taught at the University of California-Irvine and, most recently, at Iowa State University.  He is an Associate Editor of the Economics of Education Review.  His primary area of research is Bayesian Econometrics.

Yong Bao
Professor Bao received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California-Riverside in 2004.  He comes to Purdue from Temple University. Dr. Bao has published articles in the fields of econometrics and empirical finance. His research interests include time series and finite sample econometrics.

We also welcome visiting professors Subir Chakrabarti and Mostafa Beshkar.

Mostafa Beshkar
Professor Beshkar received his Ph.D. in Economics from Vanderbilt University in August of 2008.  His primary field of research is international trade and he is currently researching the design and implementation of international trade institutions.  Professor Beshkar will be teaching Intermediate Microeconomics (fall) and International Trade (spring).

Subir Chakrabarti
Professor Chakrabarti received his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa in 1985.  He is presently on leave from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) where he has been a professor  since 1998.  Professor Chakrabarti's main research interest is in game theory and economic theory. Click here to view his selected publications. During the fall semester he will be teaching Game Theory and collaborating on research with Professor Roko Aliprantis. 
 

 
 

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