April 24: "What Do Happiness Data Mean? Evidence From a Survey of the Respondents," Jakina Debnam, 12:45-2pm, B50 Warren Hall
April 24: 4pm, Ag Quad, Register
How to Succeed at Your Summer Internship
April 30: 4:30pm, 151 Warren Hall. Hosted by the Dyson Undergraduate Council. Dinner will be served.
May 5, 12:00-1:30pm, Warren 401
May 7: "Geographic Determinants of China's Urbanization," Gordon McCord, 10:30am-Noon. Room TBD
Research and Extension
Building Success of Food Hubs Through the Cooperative Experience
- A Case Study Perspective
Authors: Severson, Schmit
Does Federal Crop Insurance Lead to Higher Farm Debt Use? Evidence from the Agricultural Resource Management Survey
Authors: Ifft, Kuethe, Morehart
Dynastic Inequality, Mobility and Equality of Opportunity
Authors: Kanbur, Stiglitz
Prof. Sharon Poczter writes in the WSJ: "voters should be wary of broad-stroke solutions that don’t address the circumstances that perpetuate inequality of opportunity over time."
Read Prof. Eswar Prasad's testimony to the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission in Washington, DC, on April 22.
AEM PhD Project Paper Presentations
Friday, May 8
401 Warren Hall
Rhiannon Jerch, "When Buses Go to Market: Does Privatization Lower Cost?"
David Murphy, "Fuelwood Source Substitution and Shadow Prices in Western Kenya"
Jianwei Xing, "What Does an Electric Vehicle Replace?"
Kai Wu, "Cost of Equity Capital and Firm Investment"
Jing Qian, "How Do Manufacturing Locations Affect Competitive Advantages of Automakers?"
Lunch will be available for those that RSVP by 3pm on Thursday, May 7.