Mercatus Center Graduate Student Programs was pleased to host Dr. Randall Holcombe, the DeVoe Moore Professor of Economics at Florida State University, for a visit to the Mercatus Center and George Mason University this past week.
Four PhD Fellows are on the job market this year. Through their respective experiences at George Mason University and the Mercatus Center, these students have worked closely with esteemed members of Mason’s economics faculty to develop the skills to proficiently and persuasively communicate the economic way of thinking to academic peers, students, the policy community and the general public.
Mercatus Center Graduate Student Programs fellows, alumni, and faculty engaged with their academic peers through presentations and discussions on current research at the Annual Meetings of the Southern Economic Association in Tampa, Florida.
We offer fellowships for graduate students pursuing doctoral or master’s degrees in economics at George Mason University as well as for doctoral students in the social sciences at universities throughout the US and Europe. Apply to one of our programs today for an opportunity to enhance your studies and get practical experience applying the economic way of thinking to current academic and policy questions.
Mercatus Center Graduate Student Programs alumnus Dr. Thomas L. Hogan joined the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University, as an Assistant Professor of Finance, at the beginning of the academic year.
At a reception on October 4th, 2013, Mercatus Center Graduate Student Programs Alum Emily Chamlee-Wright was recognized as a Distinguished Alumni of George Mason University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences.