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Emory Economics Review


Emory Economics Review (EER) is a student-run multimedia publication focusing on a discussion of contemporary economic issues by publishing opinion pieces and research papers.

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Mission

To provide an open platform for Emory students to learn about and freely discuss opinions surrounding different areas of Economics.

EER encourages participation from Emory students, faculty, and the community!

Benefits of Joining EER

Pursue your interests in economics outside of the classroom through:

  • Researching
  • Writing
  • Publishing your Original Piece

Interact with students interested in a wide range of economics

Network and work directly with economics professors

Become a Member of EER

  • Must be a member of Economics Student Society (ESS)
  • Produce at least 2 articles per semester
  • Attend weekly team meetings
  • Application made available at the start of each Semester

Previous Publications

Socioeconomics

  • “Millennials: Gen Y Reshaping the Economy” by Grace Kang

Financial Economics

  • “The Dot-Com Crash: The Winners and Losers” by Jerry Gao

International Economics

  • “History Repeats Itself: Consequences of a War in Kashmir” by Aayush Gupta

Health Economics

  • “Can the Green Bond Market Be The Corporate Solution to Climate Change?” by Tong Tong Chan