The AEA Summer Program will be moving to the University of New Mexico, starting in Summer 2012. Please see their website for current information.

Program Dates:

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June 21st – August 13th, 2010
At UC Santa Barbara
in partnership with
University of Texas-Pan American
and
North Carolina A&T State University

We greatly acknowledge support from NSF.

Congratulations!
New faculty appointments:

  • Gregory Price (Program Alumnus, 1981) has been named Charles E. Merrial Endowed Professor, and Chair of the Department of Economics at Morehouse University.
  • Susan Collins (Program Alumna, 1978) has been named Dean of the Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan
  • Steven Culpepper (Program Alumnus, 2001) recently accepted an assistant professor position with the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at the University of Colorado Denver.

Recent Ph.D. Graduates:

  • Steven Culpepper (Program Alumnus, 2001)
  • Nicholas Hill (Program Alumnus, 2001)
  • Omari Swinton (Program Alumnus, 2001)
  • Maharouf Oyolola (Program Alumnus, 2002)
  • Carlos Vargas (Program Alumnus, 2002)

Program Highlights
View 2004-2010 highlights here.

Opportunities:

Articles About the Program

 
Why Study Economics?
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Fields in Economics
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To the Prospective AEA Summer Program Applicant:
Having a PhD in Economics equips you to address major social issues, to teach, and to conduct research that can effect the economy, or put down foundations for new economic study. In short, an Economics doctorate enables you to lay the groundwork to become a leader in academia or society.
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Warnings from the class of 2004: this is a serious program:
We were asked by last year's students to warn prospective participants about the academic difficulty of the AEA Summer Program.
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Seminar Series (2010)
The AEA Summer Program is proud to present its Summer Seminar Series.

Research
Find helpful resources here.

In The News:
Articles and Publications

Contact:
805-893-7309 (Admin.)
805-893-8830 (Fax)
aeastp@econ.ucsb.edu