International Economics Ph.D. Fellowship

About

The International Economics Ph.D. Fellowship offers the opportunity to join the Dartmouth international economics group for a single term during one's Ph.D. studies. Ph.D. fellows receive a stipend, an office in the Economics department, and the opportunity to present their own research to faculty for feedback. There are no teaching or RA obligations associated with the position: Ph.D. fellows are simply expected to be active members of the vibrant Dartmouth international economics community.

How to Apply

Applications are no longer being reviewed for the 2021-2022 academic year. A call for applications for the 2022-2023 academic year will be distributed in Spring 2022.

2021-2022 Visiting Ph.D. Students

  • Monika Sztajerowska, Fall 2021, Paris School of Economics
  • Nicole Gorton, Fall 2021, UCLA
  • Agostina Brinatti, Spring 2022, Michigan
  • Verena Widemann, Spring 2022, Oxford

Previous Visiting Ph.D. Students

  • Josh De-Lyon, Spring 2021, Oxford/LSE
  • Augusto Opsital, Winter 2021, UCLA
  • Zahin Haque, Fall 2020, NYU
  • Antoine Levy, Winter 2020, MIT  
  • Trang Hoang, Fall 2019, Vanderbilt, now at the Federal Reserve Board.
  • Mathilde Le Moigne, Spring 2019, Princeton, now at the University of Zurich.
  • Xiang Ding, May 2019, Harvard, now at Georgetown University.
  • Diana Van Patten, Winter 2019, UCLA, now at the Yale School of Management.
  • Isabela Manelici, Fall 2018, UC Berkeley, now at the London School of Economics.
  • Jose Vasquez, Fall 2018, UC Berkeley, now at the London School of Economics.
  • Lucas Scottini, Spring 2018, Brown University, now in the private sector.
  • Devaki Ghose, Winter 2018, Virginia, now at the World Bank.
  • Simon Fuchs, Fall 2017, Toulouse, now at the Atlanta Federal Reserve Bank.