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Professor Emeritus Bryan Ellickson received his Ph.D. from M.I.T..
Research interests include: Over the past decade all of my teaching and most of my research has focused on finance. Although I retired in 2009, I continue to supervise doctoral dissertations for students interested in continuous-time finance. The working paper Stocks in the Sh ...

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Upcoming Events

November 24, 2014

  • Ettinger Fund Workshop in Macroeconomics
    Iourii Manovskii (UPenn) -- "Demand Stimulus and Inflation: Empirical Evidence (with Marcus Hagedorn and Jessie Handbury )"
    11:40 - 12:55 p.m. in Bunche Hall 9383

November 25, 2014

2014-2015 Ph.D. Job Market Candidates

Please visit our placement website to see the profiles of our 2014-2015 Ph.D. job market candidates.


Welcome New Faculty Members

We are pleased to announce Professor John Asker who obtained Ph.D in Economics from Harvard University, Assistant Professor David Atkin who obtained Ph.D in Economics at Princeton University and Assistant Professor Francois Geerolf who completed his Ph.D at Sciences Po(Paris).


Professor Lloyd Shapley wins the 2012 Nobel Prize in Economics

UCLA is proud to offer our warmest congratulations to Lloyd Shapley who shared the 2012 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics with Alvin Roth of Harvard University... Read More


Understanding the Current Economy: UCLA Economists Speak Out

In recent months, UCLA economists have actively written and spoken about the current economic crisis. We have compiled links (in chronological order) to the various opinions and ideas put forth by our economics faculty on issues such as how the current disaster was allowed to develop, how the proposed economic policies are likely to work, and what the future holds for our economy.







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