Learn more about the Williams College CDE Economics Faculty:
Each faculty member has a homepage (name underlined) available through the Economics department detailing their interests, backgrounds and publications.
Other Williams Faculty who teach at the CDE
Visit the Williams College Economics website for all faculty or click on the links below for faculty who frequently teach at the CDE:
Experience & Academic Excellence
The department has 4 Paper series:
- CDE Working Papers Papers written on development economics by faculty, alumni, and visiting lecturers (2000-2013);
- Research Memoranda Older papers on economic development topics (1984-1998);
- Discussion Papers From the Williams Project in Higher Education (1990-2011); and
- Economics Department research papers.These papers are distributed to a large number of individuals and institutions in the U.S. and other countries (2000-present).
Members of the Williams Economics Department are actively involved in economic research and frequently consult and collaborate with international organizations. Department members present results of their ongoing research at weekly economics faculty seminars throughout the academic year. In addition, the department and CDE regularly bring in economists from other institutions to present work in progress.
Many members of the department have spent time working in low and middle-income countries under the auspices of the World Bank, the IMF, the United States Agency for International Development and various international organizations. Williams faculty members have served in an advisory capacity to academic programs and directly with government ministries in many countries including Bolivia, Botswana, Colombia, Kenya, Nicaragua, South Africa, and Zambia.