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  • Duke Econ, ERID to Host Spatial Equilibrium Conference
  • As the academic year nears its end, some graduates likely will move in order to find employment. But where should they go, and why? To best answer these questions, job-seeking students might consider attending an upcoming conference on spatial equilibrium. Read More
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  • Alumni Spotlight: Peter Landry
  • Duke Economics this week is hosting a recruiting event for admitted Ph.D. applicants. For some, making the decision to come to Duke will shape the rest of their careers. Alumnus Peter Landry can attest to that. We caught up with Landry to see what he’s been up to since graduating in 2013. Read More
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  • In the Media: GOP Confronts Rural-Urban Divide
  • North Carolina Senate Republicans are working on legislation that would shift millions in sales and tax revenues from richer counties to poorer areas across the state. Professor Suárez Serrato weighs in on the plan's potential effects. Read More
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  • Timmins Leads New Study on Shale Gas Development and Air Quality
  • Shale gas development in the greater Triangle area is expected to occur in the near future. The timing of these operations has presented a unique opportunity to collect baseline information about the region’s air quality before drilling begins. Professor Timmins plans to do exactly that. Read More
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Weekly Events Mar 22 – Mar 28

  • March 24, 2015

    • Labor Lunch
    • James Thomas

      "Are College Incentives Aligned with Students?"

      12:00pm - 1:00pm, Social Sciences 111

    • ERID/Macro Visitor
    • Pedro Teles (Catholic University Portugal and Bank of Portugal)

      "Sovereign Default: The Role of Expectations"

      1:25pm - 3:00pm, Social Sciences 113

  • March 25, 2015

    • Public/IO Lunch
    • Paul Eliason and Eli Libman

      "Presenting Mergers When Prices Are Negotiated: Evidence from the Hospital Industry (Gowrisankaran, Nevo, Town) and Are Health Insurance Markets Competitive? (Dafny)"

      11:45am - 1:00pm, Social Sciences 111

    • ERID Visitor
    • Pedro Teles (Catholic University Portugal and Bank of Portugal)

      "Equivalence Results on Fiscal and Monetary Policy"

      1:00pm - 2:30pm, Social Sciences 327

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