The 2013-2014 elected Fellows are the society’s Charter Fellows, selected in accordance with section 6.1 of the bylaws. Beginning in 2015, elections to the SEM Fellows are conducted in accordance with the section 6.2 rules of the society’s bylaws. The most relevant paragraph of the bylaws is the following:

The Fellowship Committee is a standing committee of the Society. It consists of the Executive Committee and the Nominating Subcommittee. Nominations for SEM Fellowship may be made by any individual Fellow. The sponsors shall provide such information as is required for election to Fellowship. Confirmation of nomination of a new Fellow requires two thirds of the votes cast by the Fellowship Committee. The Secretary will organize the voting according to the posted rules.

The Fellowship Committee members are listed on the Officers of SEM page.

Fellow NameAffiliationYear Elected
George A. AkerlofU. of California at Berkeley2014
Hans AmmanUtrecht University2014
Torben AndersenNorthwestern University2018
Gaetano AntinolfiWashington University in Saint Louis2018
Kenneth J. ArrowStanford U.2014
Robert J. AumannHebrew University2014
Yves BalaskoUniversity of York, UK.2013
Bert M. BalkErasmus University2014
Badi BaltagiSyracuse University2016
William A. BarnettU. of Kansas and Center for Financial Stability2013
Christiane Baumeister         University of Notre Dame   2020
Gary S. Becker*U. of Chicago2014
Jean-Pascal BenassyCNRS, Paris2014
Ernst BerndtMIT Sloan2013
Richard Blundell University College London 2020
Michele BoldrinWashington University2014
Tim BollerslevDuke University2016
Willem BuiterCitigroup2014
Marcelle ChauvetUniversity of California Riverside2014
Alessandro Citanna New York University- Abu Dhabi 2020
Conchita D’AmbrosioUniversity of Luxembourg2014
Philippe de PerettiUniversite Paris1 Pantheon-Sorbonne2014
Angus DeatonPrinceton University2016
Shatakshee DhongdeGeorgia Institute of Technology2019
Peter A. DiamondMIT2014
Francis DieboldUniversity of Pennsylvania2014
W. Erwin DiewertUniversity of British Columbia2013
Steven DurlaufUniversity of Wisconsin2014
Robert F. Engle IIINew York U.2014
Ester FaiaGoethe University Frankfurt2014
Eugene F. FamaU. of Chicago2014
Robert FeenstraUniv of California, Davis2014
Guohua FengUniversity of North Texas2019
Dennis FixlerBureau of Economic Analysis2014
Kevin FoxUniversity of New South Wales2014
Barbara FraumeniCentral University for Finance and Economics2014
Douglas GaleNew York University2014
Giancarlo GandolfoAccademia Dei Lincei, Rome2014
Lawrence GoodmanCenter for Financial Stability2013
William GreeneNew York University2014
Stephanie Schmitt GroheColumbia University2016
Roger GuesnerieCollege de France2014
James Hamilton University of California, San Diego 2021
Lars Peter HansenU. of Chicago2014
Jonathan HaskelImperial College London2014
John HasslerStockholm University2014
Fumio HayashiNational Graduate Institute for Poicy Studies2018
James HeckmanUniversity of Chicago2013
Gregory HessWabash College2014
Robert HillUniversity of Graz2014
Charles HultenUniversity of Maryland2014
Kaye Husbands FealingGeorgia Institute of Technology2016
Robert InklaarUniversity of Groningen2014
Peter IrelandBoston College2014
Takatoshi ItoUniversity of Tokyo2014
Ingegerd JanssonStatistics Sweden2014
Fredj JawadiUniversity of Lille2018
Dale JorgensonHarvard University2013
Kenneth JuddStanford University2013
Daniel KahnemanPrinceton U.2014
Lutz KilianFederal Reserve Bank of Dallas2021
Timothy KehoeUniversity of Minnesota2014
Paul KrugmanPrinceton2014
Finn E. KydlandU. of California at Santa Barbara2014
Ricardo LagosNew York University2018
Julia LaneNew York University2014
Guy LaroqueSciences Po2015
Lung-Fei LeeThe Ohio State University2014
Dan LevinOhio State University2019
Assar LindbeckStockholm University2015
Robert E. LucasU. of Chicago2014
Esfandiar MaasoumiEmory University2014
Jacques MairesseCREST – ENSAE2013
Harry M. MarkowitzU. of California at San Diego2014
Catalina MartinezCSIC2019
Eric S. MaskinHarvard University2014
Rosa MatzkinUCLA2014
Daniel L. McFaddenUniversity of Southern California2014
Robert C. MertonMIT2014
James A. MirrleesCambridge U.2014
Robert A. MundellColumbia U.2014
Roger B. MyersonU. of Chicago2014
John F. NashPrinceton U.2014
J. Peter NearyUniversity of Oxford2013
Whitney NeweyMIT2020
Lee OhanianUCLA2014
Adrian PaganUniversity of Sydney2014
James PeckOhio State University2019
Edmund S. PhelpsColumbia U.2014
Edward S. PrescottArizona State U.2014
Danny QuahNUS2018
Valerie RameyUniversity of California, San Diego2016
D S Prasada RaoThe University of Queensland2014
Charles RenfroJournal of Economic and Social Measurement2014
Alvin E. RothStanford U.2014
Glenn RudebuschFederal Reserve Bank of San Francisco2016
Thomas J. SargentNew York University2014
Thomas C. SchellingU. of Maryland2014
Myron S. ScholesStanford U.2014
Paul SchreyerOECD2013
Reinhard SeltenU. of Bonn2014
Amartya SenHarvard U.2014
Apostolos SerletisUniversity of Calgary2014
Lloyd S. ShapleyUCLA2014
William F. SharpeStanford University2014
Dhongde ShataksheeGeorgia Tech2019
Karl ShellCornell University2013
Robert J. ShillerYale University2014
Christopher A. SimsPrinceton U.2014
Vernon L. SmithGeorge Mason U.2014
Robert M. SolowMIT2014
Stephen SpearCarnegie Mellon University2013
Michael SpenceStanford U.2014
Joseph E. StiglitzColumbia U.2014
Chad Syverson University of Chicago2021
Marcel TimmerUniversity of Groningen2013
Jean TiroleToulouse School of Economics2016
Robert TownsendMIT2014
Stephen TurnovskyUniversity of Washington2014
Harald UhligUniversity of Chicago2021
Mark WatsonPrinceton University2014
Kenneth WestUniversity of Wisconsin2014
Oliver E. WilliamsonU. of California at Berkeley2014
Michael WoodfordColumbia University2014
Randall WrightUniversity of Wisconsin2014
Sevin YeltekinCarnegie Mellon University2016

* Deceased