Contributions to economics

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Women and economists from minority groups are making significant contributions to the field of economics in an array of areas, from A {General Economics and Teaching} to Z1 {Cultural Economics; Economic Sociology; Economic Anthropology}. Prominent examples include President of the American Economic Association Claudia Goldin, 2012 NEA Westerfield Award winner William A. (Sandy) Darity Jr., Nobel Laureate Elinor Ostrom, Dean of the Woodrow Wilson School Princeton University Cecilia Rouse, and nominated Chair of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System Janet L. Yellen.

The following collage of economists represents the diversity our profession is and can be. Click on a photo to read about that individual. Email us to suggest your favorite economists or to nominate yourself!

Changing the Face of Economics

Goldin.jpg Darity.jpg Ostrom.jpg Rouselobby.jpg Yellen.jpg Staveren2.jpg Margaretsimms.jpg Hoover.jpg Suarez.jpg Freeman.jpg Avin.jpg Newcomer.jpg Alexander.jpg Ferber.jpg Jha.png Austen.jpg Rivlin.jpg Strober.jpg Spriggs.jpg Isham.jpg Khamis.jpg Logan.jpg Lopez.jpg Lozano.png Scott.jpg Myers.jpg Cook.jpg Levison.jpg Mikusheva.jpg Carpenter.jpg Robinson.jpeg Duflo.jpg Oaxaca.jpg Finkelstein.jpeg Danziger.jpg Grosskopf.jpg Bandiera.jpg Abraham.png Trejo.jpeg Chavis.jpg Hayes.jpg Mora.jpg McCulloch.jpg Sen.jpg Strassman.jpeg Athey.jpg Elson.jpg Jefferson.jpg Bergmann.jpg Romer.jpg Born.jpg Tyson.jpeg Price.jpeg Nelson.jpeg Conrad1.jpg

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