News and announcements

In Missouri, Fewer Gun Restrictions and More Gun Killings
Cheap Gas is a Thrill, but a Costly One
Let Math Save Our Democracy
Department of Economics launches first course in venture capital
Dr. Belzer to speak at the Federal Reserve Bank
Taking on the Drug Profiteers
Daily Fantasy Sports and the Hidden Cost of America's Weird Gambling Laws
Is College Tuition Really Too High?
They Told You So: Economists Were Right to Doubt the Euro
The Key Role of Conservatives in Taxing Carbon
The Super Bowl of Sports Gambling
Creating a Market for Refugees in Europe
Eastern Exchanges
When Family-Friendly Policies Backfire
What Hollywood Can Teach Us About the Future of Work
Success and luck: A personal perspective - The Samuel M. Levin Endowed Economics Endowed Lecture
How Poor Are the Poor?
A Tricky Transition From Fossil Fuel
The Math of March Madness
How Wayne State Police Helped Breathe Life Into a Blighted Detroit Strip
What Politicians Mean by Middle Class Economics
Crooner in Rights Spat: Are copyright laws too strict?
Donation from Frank A. Campini Foundation
Economics Department Receives Grant from the Campini Foundation
Far from home, international student making the most of fellowship award