Stone Project Faculty

  • Anna Aizer

    Anna Aizer

    Anna Aizer is a labor and health economist whose current work considers the mechanisms behind the intergenerational transmission of poverty. Website

  • Gauti Eggertsson

    Gauti Eggertsson

    Gauti Eggertsson is a macroeconomist working on the analysis of monetary and fiscal policy over the business cycle, both from a modern and historical perspective. Website

  • Andrew Foster

    Andrew Foster

    Andrew Foster is an empirical microeconomist with interests in a variety of population-related fields including health, development, environment, public, and labor. Website

  • John Friedman

    John Friedman

    John Friedman is an economist whose work brings together theory and data, harnessing the power of large administrative datasets to yield policy-relevant insights on a wide range of topics, including taxation, healthcare, and education quality. Website

  • Glenn Loury

    Glenn Loury

    Glenn Loury is an economic theorist working on inequality between individuals and social groups, in particular: racial affirmative action; dysfunctional social identity; status transmission across generations; and cognitive theories of racial stigma. Website

  • Stelios Michalopoulos

    Stelios Michalopoulos

    Stelios Michalopoulos is a macroeconomist whose primary research interests lie in the intersection of political economy, growth and development. Website

  • President Christina Paxson

    Christina Paxson

    Christina Paxson is Professor of Economics and Public Policy as well as President of Brown University. She is an applied microeconomist with particular interests in health, education, and child development.

  • David Weil

    David Weil


    David Weil is a macroeconomist who has written widely on various aspects of economic growth, including the empirical determinants of income differences among countries. Website

  • Susanna Loeb

    Susanna Loeb

    Susanna Loeb is Director of the Annenberg Institute for School Reform, Professor of Education, and Professor of International and Public Affairs. She is an economist working on education issues, including the labor markets for teachers and principals, school finance, and the effects of federal, state, and local policies.