Mathilde Muñoz will join Berkeley’s Economics Department as an Assistant Professor in 2023, after spending the 2022-2023 academic year as a Post-Doctoral fellow at the Stones Center. In this interview, PhD student Cristóbal Otero welcomes Dr.
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Recent advances in machine learning—in particular, technologies known as convolutional neural networks—have made it possible to extract economic data from satellite pictures. In their research project, Economics Ph.D. students Oliver Kim and Joel Ferguson, a Ph.D.
Published by Hagit Hagit Caspi Thu, 2022-01-13 15:57
Nearly four decades after UC Berkeley alumnus Steven Sidener, Class of 1982, earned his economics degree, his legacy will carry on to impact generations of Berkeley graduate students.
With a generous gift, Dr. Nick Sargen ‘66 celebrates 60 years since graduating from Berkeley Economics
Published by Hagit Hagit Caspi Tue, 2021-12-14 09:34
With his gift, Dr. Sargen’s support ensures that The Center of Applications of Mathematics and Statistics to Economics (CAMSE) will become a thriving institution. He shared with us his UC Berkeley story.
Berkeley Economics Provides Foundation for Unique Alumni Contributions to Health System Optimizations
Published by Hagit Hagit Caspi Wed, 2021-10-27 12:39
Marc Tobias became interested in healthcare delivery during his time at Berkeley Economics, and ultimately completed an emergency medicine residency, and then went on to become one of the first clinical informatics fellows at an accredited program in the country.
Labor constraints to technology adoption in rural Burundi: An interview with Luisa Cefala and Nicholas Swanson
Published by Hagit Hagit Caspi Tue, 2021-10-19 12:57
PhD candidates Luisa Cefara and Nicholas Swanson in a conversation about their collaboration with a non-profit in Burundi and their research that could inform how to boost smallholder productivity in Burundi, Africa.