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I have received offers from University of Mayland, University of Pittsburgh and University of Virginia. I am interested in experimental and behavioral economics, and would like to work in academia after graduation. I am more inclined to accept the offer of Maryland; yet Pittsburgh and Virginia also have some strong faculty members who work in experimental and behavioral area. Any suggestions on which one is a better option?
Hi everyone, I've been accepted to Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and wait listed at Johns Hopkins, Boston College, Virginia, and Iowa. From what I hear, if I get off the wait list anywhere I'll have to make a decision pretty quickly; so I'm trying to find out more about all of these schools beforehand. Right now I'm interested in Micro, specifically game theory, but I can also see myself becoming interested in public economics and industrial organization. Does anyone out there have any opinions on any of these schools? Thanks!