Applied Economics

AAP Alumni Veronica Goodman Discusses Her New Children’s Book

Veronica Goodman L is for Law

AAP’s MA in Public Management and MS in Applied Economics programs alumni Veronica Goodman discusses on NBC Washington her new book, a humorous children’s alphabet book about law, L is for Law (Published Monday, Sep. 24, 2018 ). From Attorney to Zealous Advocacy, L is for Law is a humorous, colorful introduction to the language of law for read more…

Master of Science in Applied Economics Ranked Nationally

Applied Economics Rankings

Advanced Academic Programs’ Master of Science in Applied Economics has been ranked nationally: #1 by College Choice Best Master’s in Economics Degrees #1 by Best Colleges Best Online Master’s in Economics Programs #4 by The Best Schools, Most Affordable Best Online Master’s in Economics Degrees

The Hopkins Chapter of the Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honors Society Has Been Restored by AAP Applied Economics Students

Omicron Delta Epsilon

AAP student Michael Anderson, in conjunction with a panel of AAP students inducted into ODE at their undergraduate institutions, have reconstituted the Hopkins chapter of ODE. It is now a student organization officially recognized by Hopkins. Applied Economics students, and alumni up to one year after graduation, as well as undergraduate students, will be invited read more…

Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series: Dr. Mark Prell on Food Stamps

Mark Prell

Advanced Academics Programs Master of Science in Applied Economics Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series Dr. Mark Prell The Economics of SNAP (Food Stamps) and the Great Block Grant Debate: Hamilton vs. Jefferson vs. Southworth October 20th, 2017 View View all lectures from this series.

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