[Emory University] Economics PhD Program
Emory University, a top-ranked private institution recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools, and one of the world's leading health care systems, is located on a beautiful campus in Atlanta, Georgia's historic Druid Hills neighborhood. Emory University is ranked #85 in World University Rankings 2021, #24 in US College Rankings 2021 (
The Emory PhD Program puts students on the intellectual frontier of the economic discipline by introducing them to the leading-edge theories and techniques. This training allows students to actively investigate research questions of particular interest and importance to them.
The Emory University PhD program in Economics offers the following:
A $31,775 annual stipend for five years.
Annual tuition scholarship (valued at $65,700 this year).
Areas of specialization in Macroeconomics, Applied Microeconomics, Health Economics, and Econometrics.
Small class sizes and close collaboration between faculty and students.
Research ties with local partners including the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Rollins School of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Goizueta Business School.
Financial support for students to attend conferences.
The following discount code to your students which will reduce their application fee by 50%:
The code is: LGSGrads@2021LANEY_50_ECON1
Applicants enter it on page 9 of the application, where they will find this question: "If the Laney Graduate School or the program you have contacted has issued you an application code, enter it here."
If enter the code above, application fee will be reduced by 50%.
Interested candidates can find more information on website: http://messages.collegenet.com/r/c/mYRG-tvMKLlaA8FeLMRGbQ?i=325277004
January 1, 2021
For further information please contact: Prof. Sara Markowitz, Emory Economics PhD Program
Phone at (404) 712-8167