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economics

Prof. Rajiv Sethi Critiques New Harvard Study on Racial Bias in Law Enforcement

Professor of Economics Rajiv Sethi is featured in a number of media reports concerning law enforcement and racial bias. His commentary comes in response to a study conducted by Roland Fryer Jr., Harvard University’s Henry Lee Professor of Economics.

Prof. Alan Dye comments on warming relations between the U.S. and Cuba

Expert weighs in on how changes to normalize U.S. relations with Cuba will impact international trade

Is There a Skills Mismatch Problem and What Does the Answer Imply for Policy?

A lecture by Katharine Abraham
Thursday, October 23, 2014
6 PM
405 Milbank Hall

Join Katharine G. Abraham as she explores the common perception we have of labor and employment in the United States and its consequences for our future.

Prof. Debbie Becher answers questions about her new book on eminent domain and urban redevelopment

Sociology Prof. Debbie Becher is the author of Private Property and Public Power: Eminent Domain in Philadelphia, forthcoming this month from Oxford University Press.

Prof. Randall Reback authors new study on college quality-of-life rankings

Economics professor collaborates with former research assistant Molly Alter ’10 on study published by the American Educational Research Association

Faustilla the Pawnbroker & Other Tales of Gender & Finance in the Early Roman Empire

A lecture by Kristina Milnor
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
12 PM
BCRW, 101 Barnard Hall

Join Associate Professor of Classics Kristina Milnor for a lunchtime lecture. Milnor will discuss female involvement in the public management of money during the first century of the Roman Empire. Sponsored by the Barnard Center for Research on Women.