The Economic Forecast Project has updated their webpage! Check it out here: https://efp.ucsb.edu/index.html

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Notice of Application for Alien Employment Certification for an Assistant Professor position with the Economics Department at UC Santa Barbara

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On Saturday, February 23rd, the Economic Forecast Project received the 2019 TV Santa Barbara Media Awards on Special Presentation for their program on disaster economic impact!

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On Saturday and Sunday, February 16-17, the annual meeting of the Southwest Economic Theory group will take place at UCSB in the Mosher Alumni building. This is a meeting that traditionally rotates among US universities located to the south of San Luis Obispo and west of Tucson.

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  • Apr 03

    LAEF: Housing-Urban-Labor-Marco Conference

    The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance (LAEF) at the University of California, Santa Barbara is please to host the Housing-Urban-Labor-Macro (HULM) conference at the Upham Hotel Garden room which is located at 1404 De La Vina Street in Santa Barbara. It brings together top researchers working on housing and real estate topics and their broader interaction in the macroeconomy. The main two objectives of HULM are to (a) identify the frontier of research as it pertains to housing and real estate; and (b) facilitate conversations among economists studying housing or real estate and that typically do not have the opportunity to interact. The conference is being organized by Morris Davis, Professor in the Department of Finance and Economics at Rutgers University and Carlos Garriga, Vice President of Economic Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

    Program: http://laef.ucsb.edu/events.html

    1:00 PM The Upham Hotel (1404 De La Vina St)


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