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December 6, 2016
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Economics Department Newsletter
Economics Department Seminar:
Nonlinearities in Financial Development: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful
Wednesday, December 7
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Griffin 6
Professor Peter Pedroni and Diala Al Masri (CDE '15) will present.
Final Reminders:
Economics Class of 1960 Scholars Program - Applications Due This Week

Applications are currently being accepted from Junior Economics majors until noon on December 9, 2016.  More information here.

Honors Program in Economics - Proposals Due This Week
Seniors, the last chance to apply to the Honors program in Economics is this week.  Please submit proposals to Professor Nafziger by 5:00pm on December 9, 2016.  More information here.
Database Administrator / Research Analyst
Wharton, University of Pennsylvania
For more information on full-time positions beginning in Summer 2017 at the Samuel Zell and Robert Lurie Real Estate Center, please see their announcement.


Research Data Analyst
Institute for Research on Labor and Employment

More information about this full-time one-year contract position (anticipated start date: Summer 2017) at Berkeley can be found in their job announcement.
MA in International Economics and Finance
International Business School at Brandeis University
"Do you feel you need additional technical skills to get a job in economics or finance? The accelerated MA provides an in-depth, quantitative curriculum, real-world experience and access to companies worldwide in only 12 months of study. In the Accelerated MA program you start during the summer (which includes a practicum course) and you then take two additional semesters of classes to complete all the coursework. Our MA advisors will work with you to make sure your undergraduate curriculum helps you to take full advantage of the accelerated MA program options. The Financial Times ranks the MAief program at Brandeis 2nd in the US among pre-experience programs. For more information take a look at our quick sheet or our webpage."


Ph.D. Program in Economic Analysis and Policy
Tulane University

"Our distinguishing features are: generous funding, small and highly selective cohorts, and a strong applied focus.  We believe the program would be an ideal fit to academically top performing students... with a strong interest in applied microeconomics and public policy."  More information can be found via their announcement and website.
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