In recognition of Kathryn Graddy’s scholarly accomplishments in the field of Economics, her demonstrated commitment to and love of teaching, and her many contributions to Brandeis University, Katy has been named the Fred and Rita Richman Distinguished Professor of Economics. Established in 1996 as a Visiting Distinguished Professorship by Fred and Rita Richman of New York […]

Professor Habibi’s  work on trade in the Middle East is forthcoming in the Journal of Economic Cooperation and Development. The title of the paper is “Role of Geopolitics in Import Shares of Leading Trade Partners in GCC Import Markets.”  A Summary of the work is included below. In recent years, the high prices of crude […]

Paul Vancea has won the 2013 National Association for Business Economics (NABE) Foundation — American for the Arts scholarship award.  This scholarship is given to an outstanding student who integrates the Arts into the economic education process.  The scholarship carries an award of $5,000 and an all-expense paid trip to the NABE Economic Policy Conference […]

Nancy Scott of Brandeis’s Fine Arts Department writes about the history of the Rose Art museum, with a focus on the crisis that occurred in 2009.  Her complete article can be found here.   Professor Scott is currently co-teaching Economics of the Arts (Econ/FA 87a) with Professor Kathryn Graddy of the Economics Department. Professor Scott’s article […]

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