Fall classes began August 28. Important dates can be found on the university's Academic Calendar and watch our course schedule for the latest changes and updates for your Economics courses. Staff members are working hybrid, so if you have any questions please email us at EconomicsUCB@gmail.com.
2023–24 Seminar Series
Friday, September 29: "Incentive Complexity, Bounded Rationality and Effort Provision," Collin Raymond, Cornell University.
Friday, October 6: "Deep learning for analyzing high-dimensional dynamic economic models," Serguei Maliar, Stanford University.
All seminars are held 3–4:30 p.m. in Seminar Room 5 unless otherwise noted. For future seminars check out the 2023–2024 seminar series calendar.
Economics staff are working hybrid. The main office, ECON 212, is open 8:30 a.m.–Noon and 1–5 p.m. Monday through Friday. In the event that something needs immediate attention when the front office is not available, please email the appropriate staff member for assistance. Email addresses are available under the People Tab.
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