Each year the Department of Economics admits around 20 funded students to join our vibrant doctoral programme, consisting of over 100 students from many countries and backgrounds. Our PhD students pursue research in all economic fields, closely supervised by a variety of faculty.We have a Chair and committee for both PhD Admissions and PhD Recruitment, as well as a dedicated professional staff.
Placement Information. Students graduating with a Master of Arts degree in Economics from Columbia University will be able to consider a wide variety of opportunities for the next step in their career. See below for a selection of student placements: Job and Internship Placement. Consulting. Economic Consulting Firms. Analysis Group Bates White Charles River Associates Compass Lexecon.
Placement Record TiLPS. Lasha Abzianidze. Lasha Abzianidze obtained his PhD at TiLPS in 2016, for which he was funded by an NWO grant. In his PhD thesis, he focused on developing the proof theory for natural logic, particularly, an analytic tableau system which takes as its input lambda logical forms. After obtaining his PhD he moved to the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (RUG), where he is.
University; Columbia University in the City of New York (2) Georgetown University: Penn State University (2) State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Graduate Program Cost of Attendance The average cost of attendance budgets for graduate programs can be accessed by clicking the respective academic year in the area below. The cost of attendance is based on the number of credit hours for which you enroll in each semester.
The Department of Economics is committed to preparing our graduates for successful research and teaching careers. For more information on our talented alumni or to request a candidate’s CV, please reach out to our faculty or placement administrator. If you are an alumna or alumnus of the program, please visit the Alumni Outcomes page to learn more about how to stay involved.
Students in the PhD program can earn either an Master of Science (MS) in Economics or a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Economics degree while pursuing the PhD degree. Students in good standing may apply for the MS once they have completed the 30 required credits: ECON 8301, 8305 and 8375; two courses chosen from 8302, 8306 and 8376; and five 8000-level economics courses.
The Department of Economics has successfully placed master's students into doctoral programs in economics and related fields, as well as full-time jobs in industry, research organizations, and governmental agencies.