Industrial Relations Section

Upcoming Events

"Conviction, incarceration, and re-integration" - Aurélie Ouss, University of Pennsylvania (CANCELED)
December 6, 1:20 pm2:35 pmCanceled

Due to current COVID concerns, we are postponing Aurélie Ouss's in-person visit to a later date, TBA.

 

"Community College and the Great Recession: Evidence from Texas" - Karl Schulze, Princeton University
December 9, 12:00 pm1:00 pm

 Karl Schulze will be presenting via Zoom.

"Why Does Disability Increase During Recessions? Evidence from Medicare" - Colleen Carey, Cornell University
February 7, 1:20 pm2:35 pm

Colleen Carey is a visiting Assistant Professor of Economics at Princeton University. Colleen's research focuses on the industrial organization of health care, with special attention to federal regulation of health insurance markets.

Colleen Carey will be presenting in person. Viewers may also attend via Zoom.

"Racial inequality, minimum wage spillovers, and the informal sector" - Claire Montialoux, UC Berkeley
February 14, 1:20 pm2:35 pm

Claire Montialoux is an Assistant Professor at Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley. Claire's research interests include topics in labor economics, political economy, and economic history. She studies policies aimed at reducing deep-rooted inequalities in the labor market, with a particular focus on minimum wages and racial earnings gaps.

Claire Montialoux will be presenting via Zoom

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