Economics Professors Receive National Science Foundation Grants

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Several economics professors were awarded grants this year from the National Science Foundation, which funds research and education in science and engineering. The recipients include:

- Aislinn Bohren, Associate Professor of Economics, and Annie Liang, Assistant Professor of Economics, in order to study "Learning from Diverse Sources and Models"

- Harold Cole, Professor of Economics, and Guillermo Ordonez, Associate Professor of Economics, in order to study "Sovereign Debt Auctions: Theory and Empirics"

- Guillermo Ordonez, Associate Professor of Economics, in order to study "Financial Network Reactions to Regulations and Interventions"

- George Mailath, Walter H. Annenberg Professor in the Social Sciences, and Andrew Postlewaite, Harry P. Kamen Professor of Economics, in order to study "Signaling and Matching"

 

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