• Webinar Info Session with Jan Kregel, Director, M.S. in Economic Theory and Policy, Bard College; Senior Scholar and Director of Research, Levy Economics Institute
    Wednesday, October 14, 2015

  • Webinar Info Session with Tom Masterson, Research Scholar and Director of Applied Micromodeling, Levy Economics Institute
    Monday, November 2, 2015

There are 1645 Levy Institute research publications as of today.


Jonathan Hubschman, October 2015

Jörg Bibow, September 2015


The M.S. in Economic Theory and Policy program is offered at the main campus of Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, located on the eastern shore of the Hudson River 90 miles north of New York City. Students have full access to the College’s extensive facilities, including its state-of-the-art library and computer labs, as well as the library, archive, and reading rooms at Blithewood, the 19th-century riverfront mansion that houses the Levy Institute’s main research and conference facilities.


Students have access to two on-campus libraries, the primary of which is the Levy Economics Institute Library which boasts over 10,000 print volumes dedicated to economics, finance, and policy. Students also take advantage of the Charles P. Stevenson Jr. Library at Bard College, with 280,000 volumes and access to more than 4,000 journals in print and online (including EBSCOhost Premier and EconLit).


The Bard campus has over 40 residential buildings for student housing. All have Internet access, common rooms, and kitchen and laundry facilities, and many have beautiful views of the Catskill Mountains. Most residence halls are co-ed, and roughly one-third of the rooms are single occupancy. Many Bard graduate students also choose to live off campus.