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International Economics Fellowships and Programs

The international economics community at Tuck and Dartmouth offers two fellowship programs.





The International Economics Post-Doctoral Fellowship offers the opportunity to join the Dartmouth international economics group for a year between the completion of a Ph.D. and the start of a tenure-track assistant professorship. Post-doctoral fellows receive a competitive academic year salary, and provides an office in the Economics department, a small research fund and moving costs. The obligations of the selected Post-Doctoral Fellow are to be in residence at Dartmouth for the academic year, to take part in the normal research-related activities of the Department (seminars/lunches etc.), and to interact with the trade and broader economics faculty in the Department and at the Tuck School.

The requirement for acceptance of the position is that the candidate has accepted a tenure-track assistant professorship or the equivalent at a research institution and can put off his/her start date for a year to be spent at Dartmouth.


For the International Economics Post-Doctoral Fellowship, please apply through EconJobMarket.org. A call for applications will be posted in the fall, and the fellow will be notified in the winter.


2019-20 Post-Doctoral Fellow


  • Chenzi Xu received her Ph.D. from Harvard University and will start as an assistant professor at Stanford's Graduate School of Business in the fall of 2020.

Previous Post-Doctoral Fellows

  • 2018-19: Nick Tsivanidis Assistant Professor at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business, Ph.D. from the University of Chicago
  • 2017-18: Sharat Ganapati, Assistant Professor at Georgetown University, Ph.D. Yale University
  • 2016-17: Kevin Lim, Assistant Professor at University of Toronto, Ph.D. Princeton University
  • 2015-16: Oren Ziv, Assistant Professor at Michigan State University, Ph.D. Harvard University


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The International Economics Ph.D. Fellowship offers the opportunity to join the Dartmouth international economics group for a period of a month to a year during one’s Ph.D. studies. Ph.D. fellows receive a monthly stipend, an office in the Economics department, and the opportunity to present their own research to faculty for feedback. There are no teaching or RA obligations associated with the position: Ph.D. fellows are simply expected to be active members of the vibrant Dartmouth international economics community.


Current Ph.D. students interested in the International Economics Ph.D. Fellow should send (1) a cover letter indicating their preferred dates of residence; (2) a C.V.; (3) a one to two page summary of the research project they will be working on while in residence; and (4) a reference letter from an advisor at their home institution to international.economics@dartmouth.edu. The deadline for receiving an application is the end of April, and selected fellows will be notified by the end of May. Preference will be given to visiting Ph.D. students who visit the year before they expect to be on the job market and who can be in residence for a single academic term.


2019-20 Ph.D. Fellows

  • Trang Hoang, fall 2019, Vanderbilt
  • Antoine Levy, winter 2020, MIT
  • Zahin Haque, spring 2020, NYU

Previous Ph.D. Fellows

  • Isabela Manelici, fall 2018, UC Berkeley
  • Jose Vasquez, fall 2018, UC Berkeley
  • Diana Van Patten, winter 2019, UCLA
  • Mathilde Le Moigne, spring 2019, Princeton
  • Xiang Ding, May 2019, Harvard
  • Simon Fuchs, fall 2017, Toulouse
  • Devaki Ghose, winter 2018, Virginia
  • Lucas Scottini, spring 2018, Brown University

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