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  • After the Tsunami: Ten Years of Recovery and Resilience
  • It’s been almost 10 years since the Indian Ocean tsunami killed an estimated quarter of a million people. In the immediate aftermath, people worldwide followed the story closely. For most, the fascination was short-lived. But not for two Duke Economics professors.  Read More
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  • Jordan Rahal: From Afghanistan to Wall Street
  • When alumnus Jordan Rahal joined the Marine Corps in 2008, he didn’t know it would ultimately lead him to an opportunity in finance. Check out our interview with the Marine who went from Afghanistan to Wall Street. Read More
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  • Danny Schaffer: From Paratrooping to Applied Micro
  • For most people, jumping out of a plane is a thrilling, once-in-a-lifetime endorphin rush. Alumnus Danny Schaffer (left) thinks of parachuting as an occupational necessity. Read more about the Army officer who went from paratrooping to applied microeconomics. Read More

Weekly Events Nov 23 – Nov 29

  • November 25, 2014

    • Labor Lunch
    • Brian Clark

      "Dynamic College Major Switching Costs"

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

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