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Robert Feenstra elected a Fellow of the Econometric Society

One of 20 economists invited to join prestigious association in 2017

Robert Feenstra has been elected a Fellow of the Econometric Society, a leading professional association of economists founded in 1930. He is one of 20 economists invited to join the Society this year.

In receiving this distinction, Professor Feenstra follows his longtime colleagues Martine Quinzii and Joaquim Silvestre, both Professors Emeritus in the Department of Economics.

Robert Feenstra is a Distinguished Professor of Economics, and he holds the C. Bryan Cameron Distinguished Chair in International Economics. A member of the department's faculty since 1986, he is currently serving as Associate Dean of the Faculty in the Social Sciences, within the College of Letters and Science.