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November 14, 2016
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Economics Department Newsletter
Economics Department Seminar:
How Much Does Amnesty Stretch the Safety Net?  Evidence from the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986

Tuesday, November 15
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Griffin 6
Ethan Lewis, Class of 1995 and Associate Professor at Dartmouth, will present.
Economics Class of 1960 Scholars Program:
"Each year the Economics Department selects a group of students to participate in a series of special seminars given by economists from a variety of colleges, universities, and research institutions. Students selected to participate in this seminar series are designated Class of 1960 Scholars.  Scholars typically participate for three semesters (junior spring, senior fall, and senior spring)."  Applications are currently being accepted from Junior Economics majors.  More information here.
The Wharton School’s Doctoral Program in Applied Economics 
"Drawing from 30+ applied microeconomists at Wharton, the Applied Economics program allows specialization in many areas including Behavioral Economics, Development Economics, Energy and Environmental Economics, Experimental Economics, Industrial Organization, Market Design, Public Economics, Risk Management, and Urban Economics and Real Estate.  Recent students have also pursued interdisciplinary research topics related to Finance, Health Care Management, Management, and Marketing."
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