Master of Science in Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series Marc Sumerlin United States Economic History, 1790 – 1930 View all lectures.
The Presidential Management Fellowship Program (PMF) has announced the finalist for 2017 class. There were 6,370 applicants and 417 finalists for the 2017 class. AAP Career Services is proud to announce that AAP has 3 of the finalists. Please join us in congratulating, Alexander C. Ruda Fall 2016 graduate from Applied Economics, Jesse Sloman in read more…
Advanced Academic Programs’ Master of Science in Applied Economics has been ranked #1 in the nation by College Choice: Best Master’s in Economics, 2016. Johns Hopkins University offers a Masters in Applied Economics both onsite and online, part-time or full-time. This program is both rigorous and application-oriented. Admissions are rolling; you can apply to enter in the read more…
Three MS in Applied Economics Students presented papers at the Global Trade Analysis Project (GTAP) conference held June 15 -17, 2016 in Washington D.C. at the World Bank. “The effect of easing traffic congestion in the Philippines using a Computable General Equilibrium model” by Brennan Folsom. “Alternatives to Illegal mining in Peru: Madre de Dios read more…
Advanced Academic Programs’ Master of Science in Applied Economics has been ranked #2 in the nation by Affordable Colleges Online. Our program is one of the top and most affordable: Best Online Master’s in Economics Degrees for 2015-2016. This ranking has been complied through a value-based process.
Faculty Lecture Series — Dr. David M. Blum Underlying Concepts in Warning Analysis: Pearl Harbor Revisited
Dr. David M. Blum Underlying Concepts in Warning Analysis: Pearl Harbor Revisited Outline of talk Motivation— What are the warning problems?— Approaches used by US Intelligence Community— Key challenges and‘desired features of a prescriptive warning model Formal model— Representing analyst’s mental model— Lead time estimation— Decision to alert Retrospective analysis of Pearl Harbor— Model setup— Results— read more…
Acclaimed Author Charles C. Mann announced as John Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Master’s Degree Ceremony speaker More than 450 graduates to attend ceremony Critically acclaimed author and journalist Charles C. Mann has been selected as the Class of 2016 graduation speaker for the Johns Hopkins University Krieger School of Arts and read more…
David Blum, who teaches Real Risk, has just had a paper on Probabilistic Warnings published in the journal Decision Analysis. The attack on Pearl Harbor is used to illustrate the workings of the model.
The Fall 2015 ISCE Job Fair will be held held on Friday, November 13, 2015 at the NAHB Conference Center in Washington DC. For details about the 2015 event and participating employers, go to International Summit for Careers in Economics (ISCE) Event Page. The International Summit for Careers in Economics (ISCE) is a Job Fair exclusively for read more…
Alex Caridis, Class of 2011, has published The Cynic’s Guide to Investing: In the era of ‘Too Big to Fail’ it pays to be a cynic.
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