Announcements

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News Archive - Page 11

  • Seventeenth Annual Razin Prize.

    James O'Brien
    The Graduate Committee is pleased to announce that James O'Brien has won the seventeenth annual competition for the Razin Prize, for his paper "Essays in Environmental and Development Economics." Congratulations to James and his dissertation advisor Arik Levinson.

    The award ceremony will be held on April 7th 2014, and will coincide with the annual Razin Lecture in Economic Policy by Assaf Razin (Cornell).

  • Professor Assaf Razin to deliver Razin Policy Lecture in April

    Assaf Razin
    GCER is pleased to announce that Assaf Razin, The Friedman Professor of International Economics at Cornell University will present the 2014 Razin Policy Lecture at Georgetown University. This year's Razin Lecture will take place on Monday, April 7, 2014 from 4:00 - 6pm at the ICC auditorium.

    Assaf Razin is a renowned economist whose work spans a wide range of issues and problems. Professor Razin is father of the late Ofair Razin in whose honor the Lecture is named. The Razin Lecture is to be accompanied by the awarding of the Razin Prize for best research paper by an advanced graduate student. Click here for more on the Razin Prize and Policy Lecture, its background, and history.

  • The inaugural Washington Political Economy Conference held at GU.

    pepco-image The inaugural Washington PECO, a political economy conference hosted jointly by the Georgetown Center for Economic Research (GCER), the Department of Economics, the School of Foreign Service and the Department of Government at Georgetown University was held in Georgetown University on March 21 and 22. See the conference website for more information.

  • 8th Conference of the International Research Forum on Monetary Policy.

    The conference, held on March 21 and 22, was sponsored by the Federal Reserve Board (FRB), the European Central Bank (ECB), the Georgetown Center for Economic Research (GCER) at Georgetown University, and the Center for Financial Studies (CFS) at Goethe University.

  • Gui2de Sponsored Pro-Poor Conference emphasizes innovation.

    Pro-Poor-Poster The March 7 conference, co-hosted by Gui2de, was held on the GU campus. See Pro-Poor Conference for more information.