Tulane Economics Research Assistant Database
This survey aims to create a database of Tulane Undergraduate students with interest in research. We hope to better match students to the research opportunities and mentoring offered within the Department of Economics, primarily with Prof. Patrick Button. Information provided here will be available only to professors in the Department of Economics and their staff. Any questions should be directed to Professor Patrick Button. Email:
Year Classification (as of Spring 2018)
Expected Final Semester on Campus
Area of Major and Minors
Economics Department Advisor (If Applicable)
Economics Courses Completed/In Progress
Introductory Microeconomics ECON 1010
Introductory Macroeconomics ECON 1020
Intermediate Microeconomics ECON 3010
Intermediate Macroeconomics ECON 3020
Economics of Money and Banking ECON 3100
Introduction to Econometrics ECON 3230
Urban Economics ECON 3320
Economics of Labor ECON 3810
Law and Economics ECON 3350
Econometrics ECON 4230
Topics in Mathematical Economics ECON 4410
Game Theory ECON 4610
Environmental and Resource Economics ECON 3330
Government in the Economy ECON 3340
The World Economy ECON 3370
Economic History of the United States ECON 3420
Development Economics ECON 3540
The Economics of Labor ECON 3810
Economics of Education ECON 3820
Economics of Gender ECON 3830
Advanced Topics in Microeconomics ECON 4010
Industrial Organization ECON 4220
Advanced Topics in Macroeconomics ECON 4510
Economics of Taxation ECON 4530
Areas of Economic Research Interested In
Topics of Research Areas Interested In
Briefly describe or list research topics you are interested in.
Preferred Semesters of Research Activity
Briefly describe previous research experiences you have held if any. This can include research assistant positions, relevant coursework, or independent research projects.
Please describe your level of experience with Stata below if applicable.
Are you interested in grad school? If so, discuss your thoughts or plans on this below.
What are your career goals or thoughts on your career path? Discuss below.
Additional Academic Information
You are free to list or describe any additional academic information not represented adequately thus far in the survey.
If you would like, you may optionally attach a resume. While this form is not a job application, the resume can help us learn more about you.
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