Sue Mialon, Associate Professor of Economics
Sue Mialon, Associate Professor of Economics, joined Emory University in 2008. Professor Mialon’s most recent work focuses on efficient information revelation mechanisms. In particular, she is interested in how to use these mechanisms in order to improve the effectiveness of policies and laws. To read more about Professor Mialon, 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
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.
Paul Rubin, "The Zero-Sum Worlds of Trump and Sanders," Wall Street Journal, March 20, 2016.
Sheila Tschinkel and Marcelle Arak, "Why Do Oil Prices Keep Going Down?", Conversation, January 21, 2016.