Giving to MIT Economics
MIT Economics provides an environment where intellectual breakthroughs in research go hand in hand with an educational program that nurtures the skills, commitment, and vision of its superb faculty and students. Until recently, MIT competed with a small set of other universities for top faculty members and students. Today, however, the competition has become broader and more intense. Maintaining MIT Economics’ high standard of achievement is therefore more challenging. More than anything else, preserving the department’s excellence requires a significant increase in its resource base.
Please contact Nancy Rose, the department head, about opportunities to support the department, at EconHQ@mit.edu.
Endowed Professorship (Senior Faculty)
Endowed Career Development Professorship (Junior Faculty)
Endowed Graduate Fellowship
Economics Alumni Fellowship Fund - 3856500
Gifts to be used for graduate fellowships in the Department of Economics
Economics Discretionary Fund - 2734903
Gifts from alumni and friends to support the Department of Economics
Economics Endowment Program Fund - 3141200
Provides general unrestricted endowment for the department.
Jerry A. Hausman Fellowship Fund - 3301850
Gifts from alumni/ae and friends for graduate student financial support, including fellowship support, in the Department of Economics at MIT
Paul A. Samuelson Endowed Fellowship Fund - 3309000
Gifts to provide an endowment for the Department of Economics in honor of Paul A. Samuelson.
Paul Samuelson Undergraduate Fund - 3179900
Gifts to support undergraduate students, including research support (UROPs) in the Department of Economics.
Poverty Action Lab Fund - 2737236
Gifts to support the Poverty Action Lab in the Department of Economics.
Robert M. Solow Endowment Fund - 3309800
Gifts for an endowed fund in honor of Robert M. Solow to support graduate students in the Department of Economics.
Rudi Dornbusch Fellowship Fund - 3296700
Gifts to establish an endowed fund in honor of Rudi Dornbusch to provide support for graduate students.
Rudi Dornbush Fund - 3232300
Gifts to establish a career development professorship in honor of Rudi Dornbush in the Department of Economics.
School Effectiveness & Inequality Initiative Fund - 3913180
Gifts to support operations and academic research of the School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative (SEII) in the Department of Economics in work on the economics of education and American income distribution.
Solow Professorship Fund - 3256890
An endowed professorship in honor of Robert Solow for his five-decades of service to MIT and as “one of the key architects of the post-war MIT Economics Department” says former department head James Poterba.