Conference of Macroeconomists from Liberal Arts Colleges

13th Annual Conference of Macroeconomists from Liberal Arts Colleges

The conference was held August 1-3 2017 at Davidson College. This conference provides a forum to discuss recent research and teaching in Macroeconomics and Financial Economics.

 

The conference was hosted by the Davidson College Economics Department. If you have questions please email Caleb Stroup, the lead organizer.

 

Press release here.

 

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Nearly 50 economists came from 36 liberal arts colleges from around the country.

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Caleb Stroup spoke about the conference’s 13-year history as a venue for mentoring and exchanging ideas.

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Middlebury’s Erin Wolcott discusses the US Treasury Yield Curve.

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Conference participants talk shop.

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A nerdy joke provokes smiles from conference participants.

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Plenary dinner at Foundation for the Carolinas in Uptown Charlotte.

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Dean Croushore (Richmond), Lewis Davis (Union) and Abigail Hornstein (Wesleyan) spoke about “Succeeding as a Teacher-Scholar Pre-tenure and Beyond”. The dinner panel was organized by Saif Mehkari (Richmond).

 

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