International Economics Ph.D. Fellowship


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

We are now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 academic year. To apply, please upload (1) a cover letter indicating their preferred academic term(s) of residence; (2) a C.V.; (3) a one to two page summary of the research project they will be working on while in residence; and (4) a (short) reference letter from an advisor at your home institution to

Preference will be given to visiting Ph.D. students who visit the year before they expect to be on the job market and who can be in residence for a single academic term (Fall term: September 11, 2023 – November 22, 2023; Winter term: January 3 – March 12, 2024; Spring term: March 25, 2024 – June 4, 2024). The deadline for receiving an application is April 15, 2023.

2022-2023 Visiting Ph.D. Students

  • Anais Galdin, Fall 2022, Princeton
  • Daniel O'Connor, Winter 2023, MIT
  • Marcos Barrozo, Spring 2023, Harvard

Previous Visiting Ph.D. Students

  • Nicole Gorton, Fall 2021, UCLA (on the job market 2022-2023)
  • Monika Sztajerowska, Fall 2021, Paris School of Economics
  • Agostina Brinatti, Spring 2022, Michigan
  • Verena Widemann, Spring 2022, Oxford
  • Josh De-Lyon, Spring 2021, Oxford/LSE
  • Augusto Opsital, Winter 2021, UCLA (on the job market 2022-2023)
  • Zahin Haque, Fall 2020, NYU, now at Wayfair
  • Antoine Levy, Winter 2020, MIT ,  now at UC Berkeley Hass School of Business
  • 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.