Juan Rubio-Ramírez, Professor of Economics
Juan Rubio-Ramírez, professor of Economics, joined Emory University in July 2015. Professor Rubio-Ramírez’s most recent work focuses on how to use models to understand the macroeconomic data. In particular, he seeks to understand the impact of monetary policy shocks and volatility shocks in economic activity. To read more about Professor Rubio-Ramírez, click here.
Vivian Yue, Associate Professor of Economics
Vivian Yue, associate professor of Economics at Emory University and Senior Research Fellow at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, has been a faculty member at Emory since 2014. Yue’s most recent work focuses on the impact of financial market imperfections and trade frictions on sovereign debt crises, capital flows, business cycles, and economic growth. To read more about Yue, click here.
Faculty in the News
Ning (Neil) Yu, featured in "Fall Courses Put High-profile Issues at the Head of the Class," Emory Report, August 25, 2015
Hashem Dezhbakhsh, Paul Rubin, and Joanna Shepherd-Bailey were cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in the recent decision upholding capital punishment: Richard E. Glossip et al., Petitioners v. Kevin J. Gross et al., U.S. Supreme Court Proceedings, June 29, 2015
Joanna Shepherd-Bailey, featured in "Pennsylvania Supreme Court Race Could Attract Millions from Outside Funders," Philadelphia Inquirer, June 1, 2015