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Does foreign aid cause economic growth in recipient countries?
Galiani study cited in The Economist
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Kearney and Turner propose changes to the tax code
Secondary earner tax deduction could make it easier for low-income families to work their way into the middle class
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Organizing for Power and Worker's Rights in the 21st Century
The University of Maryland's Center for the History of the New America to host symposium
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Macroeconomics "getting real" by integration of big data, micro insights
Haltiwanger seen as a prolific researcher whose contributions expand macroeconomic veracity
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Seminar Series: Aligning Learning Incentives of Students and Teachers: Results from a Social Experiment in Mexican High School (CANCELED)
Susan W. Parker, Professor, Division of Economics, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (Centro De Investigacion Y Docencia Economicas, A.C. - CIDE) *This seminar will be rescheduled for Spring 2012.
Located in Coming Up
Modeling the Economy, Energy, and the Environment with LIFT
Dr. Jeffrey F. Werling, Department of Economics; Executive Director of INFORUM, University of Maryland
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Seminar Series: Risk Tolerance and Parental Investment in Children
Jeffrey Borowitz, Student Scholar, Department of Economics, University of Maryland
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Enlisting Workers in Monitoring Firms: Payroll Tax Compliance in Mexico
Eric Verhoongen, Columbia University
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Seminar Series: Suicide and Property Rights in India
Garance Genicot, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Georgetown University
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Seminar Series: Behavioral Response to Information? Circumcision, Information, and HIV Prevention
Rebecca L. Thornton, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Michigan
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