Advanced Academics Programs Master of Science in Applied Economics Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series Prof. Laurence Ball The Fed and Lehman Brothers Friday 12, 2018 View Please view all lectures from the Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series. See Prof. Laurence Ball’s faculty page.
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Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series: Dr. Bilal Zia on Applying Behavioral Insights to Public Policy
Advanced Academics Programs Master of Science in Applied Economics Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series Dr. Bilal Zia Applying Behavioral Insights to Public Policy March 2, 2018 View Please view all lectures from the Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series. See Dr. Bilal Zia’s faculty page.
The Hopkins Chapter of the Omicron Delta Epsilon Economics Honors Society Has Been Restored by AAP Applied Economics Students
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…
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.
Master of Science in Applied Economics Faculty Lecture Series Marc Sumerlin United States Economic History, 1790 – 1930 View all lectures from this series.
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…
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