Oct. 24: "When Higher Quality Does Not Translate to Higher Prices: A Case of Quality and Specialty Coffees from the Cup of Excellence Auctions," Norbert Wilson, Auburn Univ., 10:30am-Noon, 401 Warren
Oct. 29: "Do Shocks to Personal Wealth Affect Risk Taking in Delegated Portfolios?," Noah Stoffman, Indiana Univ., 12:30pm, 401 Warren
Oct. 29-31: Graduate Students
Nov. 3-5: Seniors
Nov. 5-7: Juniors
Nov. 10-12: Sophomores
Nov. 12-14: Freshmen
Oct. 29-31: Binghamton
Nov. 3-4: Saratoga Springs
Nov. 5-6: Utica
Nov. 10-11: Buffalo
Nov. 17-18: Syracuse
Nov. 19-20: Rochester
Oct. 30: "How Much Can We Generalize From Impact Evaluation Results?," Eva Vivalt, New York Univ., 9am, 401 Warren
Nov. 7-9: Register by Oct. 27
Nov. 10: Application Deadline
Research and Extension
How Useful Is Inequality of Opportunity as a Policy Construct?
Authors: Kanbur, Wagstaff
Taught by small business and farm tax experts; attendees are eligible for NYS Continuing Education Credits; dates and locations, registration.
Research by Kevin Kniffen, featured in the New York Times Opinion Pages, shows people who play high school sports get better jobs, with better pay.
Prof. Steve Kyle says as long as China continues to control capital movements, their currency will never be the standard for global transactions.
Watch Prof. Brian Wansink on CBS This Morning show how you don't need to diet to lose weight, you just need to change your surroundings.
Undergraduate Orientation 2014
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