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The American Antitrust Institute has announced that Professor John Kwoka has been appointed to its Board of Directors.
According to analysis by Professor Alan Clayton-Matthews, the number of jobs increased by 4.1 percent in Massachusetts during Governor Patrick’s tenure.
Professor Alan Clayton-Matthews comments on the impact of the predicted food price increases on households.
In this International Business Times article, Professor John Kwoka comments on recent mergers in the airline industry.
Research on the Beveridge Curve by Economics Chair William Dickens and NU Economics Alumnus (PhD 2014) Rand Ghayad has been cited in a Wall Street Journal article by Salim Furth.
Assistant Professor, Economics and International Affairs
College of Social Sciences and Humanities
Bilge Erten, Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs was one of seven faculty members from the College of Social Sciences and Humanities to receive a CSSH Dean’s Research Development Awards in the Fall 2014 cycle for research during 2015.Read more »