MIT Department of Economics

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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The MIT Department of Economics is a department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The institute is traditionally known for its research and education in the physical sciences and engineering, but more recently in biology, economics, linguistics and management as well.

George P. Shultz

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George P. Shultz, (1948-1957), Former Secretary of State, Secretary of Treasury, Secretary of Labour
From 1948 to 1957, he taught in the MIT Department of Economics and the MIT Sloan School of Management, with a leave of absence in 1955 to serve on President Dwight Eisenhower's Council of Economic Advisers as a Senior Staff Economist.

Robert Solow

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Robert Solow, (1960-1979) Nobel Prize, 1987
In 1949, just before going off to Columbia he was offered and accepted an assistant professorship in the Economics Department at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Stanley Fischer

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Stanley Fischer, (1977–1988), Vice-Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, Governor of Bank of Israel
He served as a professor at the MIT Department of Economics from 1977 to 1988.

Jeffrey E. Harris

Jeffrey Harris
Jeffrey Harris
Jeffrey E. Harris, an economist and physician, has been on the faculty of the Economics Department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology since 1977.

Joshua Angrist

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Joshua Angrist
He co-founded and serves as a director of the School Effectiveness & Inequality Initiative based within the MIT Department of Economics.

Richard L. Schmalensee

Richard Schmalensee
Richard L. Schmalensee
He is also Professor of Economics, Emeritus, at the Department of Economics at MIT.

Cambridge, Massachusetts

CambridgeCambridge, MACambridge, Mass.
The MIT Department of Economics is a department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Massachusetts

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The MIT Department of Economics is a department of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Francis Amasa Walker

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Undergraduate studies in economics were introduced in the 19th century by institute president Francis Amasa Walker, while the department's Ph.D. program was introduced in 1941.

University of Chicago

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It is one of the "big five" schools in the field along with the faculties at the University of Chicago, Harvard, Princeton, and Stanford (these schools have consistently ranked as the top five schools in the country since graduate school rankings have been produced by U.S. News & World Report). The American Economics Association estimates that MIT and these peers produce half of all tenure track professors at U.S. research universities.

Princeton University

PrincetonCollege of New JerseyPrinceton College
It is one of the "big five" schools in the field along with the faculties at the University of Chicago, Harvard, Princeton, and Stanford (these schools have consistently ranked as the top five schools in the country since graduate school rankings have been produced by U.S. News & World Report). The American Economics Association estimates that MIT and these peers produce half of all tenure track professors at U.S. research universities.

Stanford University

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It is one of the "big five" schools in the field along with the faculties at the University of Chicago, Harvard, Princeton, and Stanford (these schools have consistently ranked as the top five schools in the country since graduate school rankings have been produced by U.S. News & World Report). The American Economics Association estimates that MIT and these peers produce half of all tenure track professors at U.S. research universities.

U.S. News & World Report

U.S. NewsU.S. News and World ReportUS News & World Report
It is one of the "big five" schools in the field along with the faculties at the University of Chicago, Harvard, Princeton, and Stanford (these schools have consistently ranked as the top five schools in the country since graduate school rankings have been produced by U.S. News & World Report). The American Economics Association estimates that MIT and these peers produce half of all tenure track professors at U.S. research universities.

Paul Samuelson

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Paul Samuelson (1940–2009), Nobel Prize, 1970

Franco Modigliani

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Franco Modigliani (1962–2003), Nobel Prize, 1985

John Williamson (economist)

John Williamson
John Williamson (1967–1980), originator of the 'Washington Consensus'

Washington Consensus

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John Williamson (1967–1980), originator of the 'Washington Consensus'

Bank of Israel

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Stanley Fischer, (1977–1988), Vice-Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, Governor of Bank of Israel

Robert F. Engle

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Robert F. Engle, (1969-1977), Nobel Prize, 2003

Daniel McFadden

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Daniel McFadden, (1977-1991), Nobel Prize 2000

Rudi Dornbusch

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Rudi Dornbusch (1975-2002), known for the Overshooting Model

Overshooting model

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Rudi Dornbusch (1975-2002), known for the Overshooting Model