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UPCOMING EVENT

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GORDON ANDERSON'S NEW WORK IS PUBLISHED

On the challenges for social science of measuring and modelling behaviour and progress in society

LOREN BRANDT'S NEW BOOK LAUNCHES
Professor Loren Brandt
Policy, Regulation, and Innovation in China's Electricity and Telecom Industries examines the assumption that China’s state–led innovation system is a successful alternative to the more market-driven system in the United States and the West Read more

MICHAEL SMART'S OPINION PIECE IN THE FINANCIAL POST

With the upcoming Canadian election in mind, Professor Smart breaks down the tax-cut pledges from the Liberals and the Conservatives and charges both with being irresponsible

'DECISIONS ABOUT DECISIONS': THE HOW AND WHY OF CHOICES

Yoram Halevy's Toronto Experimental Economics Lab in the Department of Economics Read more

ECONOMICS IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE

Contributions from our experts. Updated September 6, 2019 (with Jonathan Hall). Read more

Welcome

Max Gluskin HouseThe Department of Economics at the University of Toronto ranks among the top economics departments internationally. The teaching and research of its 74 faculty members span a wide range of fields and cover theory, applied data analysis, and econometric methodology. Around 15 PhD students, 70 MA students, and 25 MFE students enter our programs each year, and the department has over 1,800 undergraduates, with an additional 800 undergraduates at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus. Collaborative programs with the Rotman School of Management and the Faculty of Law allow students to undertake interdisciplinary studies at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Read more


Upcoming Seminars

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Today

Mark Dean (Columbia University), "Experimental Tests of Rational Inattention" (joint with Nathaniel Neligh). 12:10–13:30, Max Gluskin House, room 106. Organized by Yoram Halevy
David Schoenherr (Princeton University), "The Rise of a Network: The Spillover of Political Patronage and Cronyism to the Private Sector" (joint with Terry Moon). 16:10–17:30, Max Gluskin House, room 106. Organized by Xu Tian

Thursday

Tomasz Swiecki (University of British Columbia), "Barriers to Mobility or Sorting? Sources and Aggregate Implications of Income Gaps across Sectors in Indonesia" (joint with José Pulido). 16:10–17:30, Max Gluskin House, room 106. Organized by Serdar Ozkan and Diego Restuccia

Recent Working Papers

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