October 25, 2016
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Economics Department Newsletter
Economics Department Seminar: 
Long-Run Consequences of Labor Coercion: Evidence from Russian Serfdom
Wednesday, October 26
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Griffin 6
Associate Professor Steven Nafziger will present.

CDE Seminar:
Title TBA.  (Once available, the title will be updated on this schedule.)
Friday, October 28
4:00pm - 5:30pm
CDE building
Andy Powell from the Inter-American Development Bank will present.
Final Week to Apply to be an Economics Teaching Assistant for Spring 2017:

If you are interested in being a Teaching Assistant for the Economics Department in Spring 2017, please apply using the link below by Friday, October 28 at noon (12:00pm). We will not accept late applications.
We will need TAs in ECON 110, 120, 251, 252, 255, 209, 213, 215, 381, 385, 387, 457, 477, 514, 516, 521 and 523.  There may also be TA positions open in other economics classes. 

Please apply through the following link.
[Note: to access the application you should log in using your short form email address (e.g.,]



Summer Interns
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
For more information and detailed application instructions, please refer to their flyer.

Summer Analyst Internships
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Applications are being accepted until November 1, 2016.  Please refer to their brochure and job portal for details.


Post-Graduation Opportunities:

Financial Advisor / Wealth Manager
McAdam Financially Advanced
McAdam is looking for 2017 grads to fill this full-time entry-level position. Interested applicants can email
their resumes.
NC State Scholars Visitation Program
"North Carolina State University’s Graduate School is committed to enhancing the diversity of its graduate programs. The NC State Scholars Visitation Program is targeted towards student scholars (Gates, LSAMP, MARC, McNair, Meyerhoff, Mellon Mays, RISE, etc.) who are interested in graduate study at NC State University. The program provides an opportunity for prospective scholars to visit our campus, at no cost, to learn more about current research of our faculty and graduate students, and to experience the quality of our graduate programs. The program contributes to the ethnic, cultural, and academic diversity of NC State’s Graduate School and our Professional Colleges."  More information available here.  Deadline: November 30, 2016

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Applications are currently available for their PhD program and their pre-doctoral GSB Research Fellows Program.  Please see here for more information.

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