Ann Mari May (Ph.D. ’88) has published a new book, “Gender and the Dismal Science: Women in the Early Years of the Economics Profession” (Columbia 2022), a groundbreaking account of factors that excluded women from the field and why gender bias persists today.
Ph.D. candidate Wisnu Setiadi Nugroho is one of many international scholars who choose CSU for graduate study. Originally from Indonesia, Wisnu previously worked for Universitas Gadjah Mada and as a quantitative researcher for the National Team for the Acceleration of Poverty Reduction (TNP2K) in the Vice President’s office for the Government of Indonesia. Given his […]
Ph.D. candidate Austin Landini is one of many scholars who came to CSU because of our strengths in regional economics. As a student here, Austin has worked closely with Dr. Stephan Weiler within the Regional Economics Development Institute (REDI@CSU) to explore the relationship between demographic change and local community economic health, with an intent to […]
For Dr. Ashish Sedai, an applied microeconomist and development economist, CSU’s Ph.D. program in economics provided peace and purpose to do meaningful research. Throughout his childhood in rural India, Dr. Sedai observed the gendered burden of water collection and distribution, as well as the impacts of unreliable access to electricity in the home. His scholarship […]
Dr. Sarah Small is among many scholars who came to CSU’s Department of Economics for our unique courses in heterodox and feminist economics. In her time here, Dr. Small served as a fellow for Feminist Economics alongside editor Elissa Braunstein, which provided the opportunity to learn about the scholarly publishing process. After taking CSU’s graduate […]
For Dr. Teresa Perry, an applied microeconomist, CSU’s Ph.D. program in economics was full of meaningful experiences. As an instructor, Dr. Perry contributed to research on the impact of curriculum reform on diversity and inclusion in economics alongside Dr. Anders Fremstad and fellow Ph.D. student Sarah Small. Her courses have included both macro- and microeconomics, […]
The CSU Department of Economics awards yearly economics scholarships and awards to undergraduate and graduate students demonstrating academic excellence.
With unique courses in feminist economics and political economy, the study of power and inequality is embedded in the curriculum and culture of CSU’s Department of Economics. Ph.D. candidate Sarah Small is among many scholars who are attracted to this feature of the internationally recognized graduate program. After six years of rigorous study, qualifying exams, […]
by Becca Lee-Simpson This article was originally published in CLA Magazine’s Winter 2021-22 Issue. Ph.D. student Adam Walke spent 14 years in El Paso, Texas, before coming to CSU – and life at the border will forever shape the way he thinks about economics. “For me, there are basically two broad connections between borders and […]
Ph.D. candidate Kelly Lee and second year Ph.D. student Brendan Brundage sit down with CSU student Lucy Morantz, a junior double majoring in journalism and political science, to discuss the unintended consequences of American free-market capitalism.