The Ph.D. Program in Economics is here to support its students and help encourage their professional development.
The Graduate Center Offers a variety of financial awards, scholarships, grants, and employment opportunities to help current doctoral students finance their education and research.
Job Market Information
The program hosts several job market events* for students throughout the year. Subjects range from job market trends, how to prepare for the job search, mock interviews, and additional topics.
We also compile students in the job market and post to our website. To be included, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Career Planning and Professional Development also provides career advisement to Graduate Center students. Current GC students can sign up for career advisement appointments.
We also feature our students currently in the job market on our website.
* Job market presentations are being recorded. By participating, you consent to be included in the recording. If you do not wish to be identified, please turn off your camera and change or remove your name.
Past presentations are available:
Some research opportunities are provided at the New York office of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) where several members of doctoral faculty have affiliation.
Students are also encouraged to get involved in The Graduate Center community:
The Graduate Center is home to many centers and institutes that conduct research on a variety of topics, including economics.
The Economics program publishes The Economic Studies Group website, which offers policy analysis, primers, and policy papers on pressing economic topics.
The working paper series is open for submission to students of the program.