Leonard A. Carlson, Associate Professor of Economics
Leonard A. Carlson, associate professor of Economics, joined Emory University in 1975. Professor Carlson’s current research includes a study of how Indian tribes have lost and gained land in the United States since the ratification of the Constitution, the economics of slavery in the U.S., and a comparative history of the land rights of native peoples in different countries in addition to the U.S. and Australia. To read more about Professor Carlson, click here.
Kaiji Chen, Assistant Professor of Economics
Kaji Chen, assistant professor of Economics, joined Emory University in 2010. Professor Chen’s most recent work focuses on macroeconomics, financial economics, and fiscal policy, particularly in China’s macroeconomy. To read more about Professor Chen, click here.
Faculty in the News
Rubin, Paul, "Message to Conservatives: It Has to Be Trump," Investors Business Daily, May 31, 2016.
Leonard A. Carlson, featured in "The Robot Uprising Has Begun," by Clark Howard, WSB-TV, May 17, 2016.
Mialon, Hugo, Tilman Klumpp, and Michael A. Williams, "Yes, 'Citizens United' Gives Republicans an Electoral Edge. Here’s Proof," Washington Post, April 7, 2016.
DePasquale, Christina, featured in "If Skills Are the New Canon, Are Colleges Teaching Them?" by Dan Berrett, Chronicle for Higher Education, April 3, 2016.
DePasquale, Christina, featured in "2016's Best and Worst Cities for Basketball Fans," WalletHub, March 30, 3016.