NYU Stern
David Backus, Heinz Riehl Professor of International Economics and Finance, conducting lecture.
Kim Schoenholtz welcomes Dave Backus, Julia Coronado, Tom Pugel, and Vincent Reinhart to his Economic Outlook Forum.
Chase Coleman, Malika Krishna, and Sonia Gilbukh follow Peifan Wu's explanation of robust risk modeling.
Maher Said, Jidong Zhou, and Chris Neilson enjoy each others company at the Back to School Department Party

A vibrant group of faculty and students engaged in teaching, learning, and research

Our faculty contributes to the academic and public debate in a number of areas, with special emphasis on industrial organization and strategy, international aspects of macroeconomics, and economic and financial history.

We are closely linked to the outstanding economics group in NYU's Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Thank you for your interest.

Stanley Zin
William R. Berkley Professor of Economics & Business
Chair, Department of Economics

– PhD Program

NYU Stern has a distinguished PhD program in economics.

Recent graduates have received academic job offers from the University of Chicago, Columbia, Harvard, Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern, Princeton, Rochester, Stanford, and other leading universities.

The Stern economics program is founded on a world-class faculty and an extremely low student-faculty ratio. Despite its small size, students have access to a broad range of courses through the Department of Economics at NYU’s Faculty of Arts and Science.

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Contact us

Henry Kaufman Management Center
Room 7-160
44 West 4th Street, New York, NY 10012

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Phone: (212) 998-0860
Fax: (212) 995-4218
 

Events

Industrial Organization Seminar Series - Weekly faculty seminar with presentations on IO research & papers

Macroeconomics Lunch Seminar - Weekly faculty seminar with presentations on Macro research & papers

IO Day - One-day workshop in September at NYU that brings together people from the New York area schools

NET Institute -  One-day conference that takes place during the spring semester