The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance (LAEF) will be hosting the Macro and Micro Economics of Climate Change Conference.
The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance is pleased to sponsor the Fourth Annual Macroeconomics and Business Cycle Conference
Shelly Lundberg gave a keynote address at the First Annual IZA Workshop on Gender and Family Economics in Bonn.
Congratulations to our 2016-17 job market students on their placements for next year.
Kyle Meng explores the cost of climate policy for the U.S. in a paper published in the American Economic Review.
Video Link: 58th Annual Carl Snyder Lecture featured Raj Chetty from Stanford University
Dick Startz writes for the Brookings Institution on the role immigrants play in supplying teachers to American schools.
Dick Startz refereed a debate at South by Southwest on the topic “Is Educational Innovation Overrated?”
Catherine Weinberger discusses STEM graduates' success in the labor market.
The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance (LAEF) is pleased to announce its upcoming conference, "Bubbles."
We are proud to introduce our 2016 - 2017 Ph.D. Job Market Candidates.
Dick Startz discusses the latest ratings of elementary school teacher prep programs.
US News & World Report's 2017 listing of the "Top 30 Public National Universities" ranked UC Santa Barbara number 8.
Tyler Peterson, a current UCSB Economics and Accounting major, and Noah Pompan, created BOOM, a social media app that allows users to share and view pictures or videos of events happening in real time.
Dick Startz reminds us that we have much to be thankful for in improvements in our education system.
The European Society for Population Economics (ESPE) has voted Shelly Lundberg as President-elect in 2018.
The Laboratory for Aggregate Economics and Finance (LAEF) is pleased to announce its upcoming conference, "What We Know About Information in Financial Markets".
Policy After the Financial Crash - Professor Rodney Garratt is giving a free public talk about his experience as a former VP of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.
Professor Dick Startz discusses some of the myths around teacher pensions.
The Department of Economics is saddened over the recent passing of Emeritus Professor Walter Mead.