2015-16 Economics Department Newsletter #10
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Economics Department Newsletter

November 30, 2015

Economics Department Seminar
Tuesday, December 1
Griffin 6


Economics Department Seminar
Thursday, December 3
Griffin 6

Saving Soviet Science: The Impact of Grants When Government R&D Funding Disappears by Ina Ganguli, Assistant Professor at University of Massachusetts Amherst
Economics Resource Center Snack Night
Schapiro 137

Come chat with Econ majors.  Everyone is welcome and feel free to bring some work. 
2016-17 Barbara Solow Research Fellowship:

The Barbara Solow Research Fellowship provides financial assistance to Williams College student(s) conducting research in Economic or Business History, or in other areas reflecting the diverse interests of the pioneering economic historian Barbara L. Solow, including Irish history, Caribbean slavery, and other historical topics in the social sciences.

For more details, including contact information and the application deadline, please view the announcement.

The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
Research Associate or Assistant (Federal Tax Policy)

For more information on this position at CBPP, please refer to the job listing and announcement.

Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab
various positions
For detailed information on opportunities with J-PAL and partner organizations, please refer to their announcement.

Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Research Associate

The Kansas City Fed is looking to hire a December 2015 or Spring 2016 graduate for a position in their Payment Systems Research department.  Please refer to their job posting for more information.

Organizer (full-time positions) and internships

Impact is now accepting applications to join their team in August 2016 and also has immediate positions available.  If you aren’t looking for a full-time job, you can also apply for an internship.  To learn more and apply, please visit their website.

Undergraduate Research Paper Competition:

From MEA's announcement:  "The Midwest Economics Association invites submission of undergraduate student papers for special undergraduate sessions at its 80th annual meeting, April 1-3, 2016 at the Hilton Orrington, Evanston, Illinois... An award of $200 will be given for the best undergraduate student paper presented at the meetings. More information available here.  Deadline: December 1st, 2015."
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