• Recent Bard economics alums (Juan Bages, Stergios Mentesidis, Ahnaf Khan and Nicolai Eddy) sharing their experiences with current students at a career advising panel organized by alumni and the Career Development Office at Morningstar, World Trade Center, NYC  Sept 2017
  • Simon Simoski '17 presenting his research on household-debt driven growth.  In the fall, he will join the Masters program at the Levy Institute at Bard.
  • Professors Mike Martell, Ani Mitra and Sanjay DeSilva at the annual picnic - May 2017
  • Prof. Pavlina Tcherneva with students at the annual program picnic - May 2017
  • Prof. Olivier Giovannoni, Nathan Reece and Arielle Weiner-Bronner discussing their research poster at the Bard Summer Research Institute 2014.
  • Eva-Marie Quinones '17 (joint economics and global and international studies major) presenting her research on economic factors that enabled the spread of far-right political parties in Western Europe. She will proceed to the Ph.D. program in political science at Yale this fall.
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Program Events


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The Treaty of Versailles at 100: The Consequences of the Peace

Friday, May 3, 2019


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The Hyman P. Minsky Summer Seminar

Sunday, June 16 – Saturday, June 22, 2019


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Archive of Past Events



Friday, October 28, 2005 – Saturday, October 29, 2005


“Time Use and Economic Well-Being,” a conference of The Levy Economics Institute. Registration fee. Blithewood, Levy Institute 

Monday, April 25, 2005

Lecture: Gender and Mental Health

"Gender and Mental Health." Lecture by Dr. Swapna Mukhopadhyay. Swapna Mukhopadhyay was professor of economics at Delhi’s Institute of Economic Growth until 1994 before she joined the Institute of Social Studies
Trust as director. She has been a consultant to many international organizations. Her research interests have ranged from theoretical economics and econometrics to labor market issues such as migration and informal sector, and women’s studies. Recently, retired as the Executive Director of the Institute of Social Studies Trust in New Delhi, India she has been at the International Poverty Research Centre of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Brasilia. (Kindly e-mail if you plan to attend: howard@levy.org and antonopo@levy.org) Levy Economics Institute 

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Lecture: "Conversations in Feminist Economics"

"Conversations in Feminist Economics." Lecture by Rania Antonopolous, New York University and the Levy Insititute at Bard, will highlight the difference in approach between Feminist and Neoclassical Economics. The lecture will assume some economic knowledge but students and faculty from all disciplines all are encouraged to attend. Hegeman 102 

Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Lecture on Foreign Direct Investment in China

A lecture by Luodan Xu, economist and vice president, Lingnan (University) College, Sun Yatsen University. Presented by Levy Institute and Bard in China. Blithewood, Levy Institute 

Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Lecture: Reducing Poverty and Promoting Gender

"Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: Reducing Poverty and Promoting Gender
Equality." Caren Grown, director of the poverty reduction and economic governance team at the International Center for Research on Women. Grown leads research on the impact of multilateral and national economic policies on gender equality and asset accumulation and women's property rights. She
is the lead author of Taking Action: Achieving Gender Equality and the Millennium Development Goals, published by the Earthscan and the UN Millennium Project. Presented by Omicron Delta Epsilon's "Conversations in Feminist Economics" series, and was made possible with the help of the
Levy Institute and the Economics Department. Olin, Room 102