Topics in the area of poverty, international trade, economic development and growth are addressed. The series allows students and faculty to present research ideas and results, with invited speakers from agencies and academia rounding out the program.
Seminars are held on Fridays from 10:30 am - 12:00 pm in 119 Ruttan Hall.
September 10: Natalie Bau (UCLA), "Crowding in Private Quality: The Equilibrium Effect of Public Spending in Education." Zoom link; Meeting ID: 939 5644 9312; Passcode: R0zHWt
September 17: Rachel Heath (University of Washington)
September 24: Paul Glewwe (Apec Faculty)
October 1: Paul Niehaus (UCSD)
October 8: Kadidiatou Doucoure (ApEc grad student)
October 22: Asim Khwaja (Harvard)
October 29: Colette Salemi (ApEc grad student)
November 5: Michael Olabisi (Michigan State University)
November 12: Alessandra Voena (Stanford University)
November 19: Celestine Siameh (ApEc grad student)
November 26: Thanksgiving Holiday
December 4: Kenn Chua, Wahed Khandker and/or Qingxiao Li (ApEc Grad students)
December 11: Chris Boyd (ApEc grad student)