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  • Using Price to Avoid Vaccine Shortages
  • No one worries about vaccine supply — until there's a shortage. New research from Professor David Ridley studied the market tensions that can keep manufacturers out of the business and the price points needed to entice them in.  Read More
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  • In the Media: A Lottery to Lose
  • After Hurricane Katrina destroyed many schools in New Orleans, Louisiana undertook one of the country’s largest school-choice schemes. But the school vouchers that were meant to benefit disadvantaged students seem to be doing the opposite, according to a new paper by Professor Abdulkadiroglu and his co-authors. Read More
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  • The DFE Announces Spring 2016 Finance Competitions
  • The Duke Financial Economics Center is excited to host three finance competitions for undergraduates this semester: the PEAK6 Business Strategy Competition in March, and the Morgan Stanley Equity Research Competition and the Deutsche Bank Finance Game Show in April.  Read More
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  • In the Media: Exploring the Racial Imbalance of NC's Charter Schools
  • Helen Ladd, professor of public policy studies and economics, explains that the North Carolina charter schools have always been racially imbalanced and that it’s only gotten worse. More than two-thirds of charter school students attend schools that are either predominantly minority or predominantly white, according to a report she co-authored. Read More

Weekly Events Feb 07 – Feb 13

  • February 09, 2016

    • Labor Lunch
    • Olivier De Groote

      "The Impact of Socio-economic Status on Study Choices and Study Success in Secondary Education"

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

    • ERID/IO Visitor
    • Christina Marsh Dalton (Wake Forest)

      "Cost versus Control: Understanding Ownership Through Outsourcing in Hospitals"

      3:15pm - 4:45pm, Social Sciences 111

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