Book Talk by Prof. Eswar Prasad
Sept. 24: 4pm, Mann Library Stern Seminar Room 160, The Dollar Trap–How the U.S. Dollar Tightened Its Grip on Global Finance
Dyson Graduate Alumni Reunion
Retirement Celebration for Profs. Timothy Mount and Richard Boisvert
Sept. 27: 4:30-6:30pm, 401 Warren
Global Hospitality Mindset Workshop
Sept. 27: 1-3pm, Mann 102, hosted by the Dyson Business Inclusion and Diversity Program
Oct. 1: Info meeting, 5-6pm, Stocking Hall Conference Center
Research and Extension
How Useful Is Inequality of Opportunity as a Policy Construct?
Authors: Kanbur, Wagstaff
Informality: Cause, Consequences and Policy Responses
Grad alum Erin Lentz and Prof. Chris Barrett say U.S. emergency food aid programs are very inefficient, both in amount and timeliness of aid provided, in a new article published in Choices.
M.S. graduate student Phillip Coles recognized for his work on the Institute's Integrated Pest Management Committee and leadership of Pennsylvania Certified Organic.
Prof. David Lee will lead a new Global on Campus Committee charged with reviewing the international content of the undergraduate student experience.
T. H. Lee Professor of World Affairs
Linking the Issue of Poverty to the Issue of Inequality
Prof. Ravi Kanbur has been invited by the World Bank to be featured in a set of videos that will be presented to the new government of Indonesia as it begins to develop its strategy. Learn how Prof. Kanbur, ranked in the top 0.5% of academic economists in the world, links poverty to economic inequality and economic growth. (Video produced by the Dyson Media Innovation Group.)
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