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1 day ago
The Review of Social Economy's 5th author series video is now available to view! Jonathan F. Cogliano discusses his paper (with Roberto Veneziani & Naoki Yoshihara) "Exploitation, skills, and inequality."

Youtube Link: https://t.co/yFzypaSaVA
5 days ago
Thank you to everyone who attended the seminar yesterday! A special thank you to our presenters @upnukulkit and @DFieldsUtah. The seminar will be available on our YouTube channel soon #socialeconomics https://t.co/ye6pOgwQBP
David Fields @DFieldsUtah
What I presented for today’s @AssocSocialEcon Seminar series. Thanks, @BuderIris, for inviting me, and for being able to present alongside @upnukulkit https://t.co/UAagQSlrxC
7 days ago
There’s still time to sign up and attend our second seminar with @upnukulkit ans @DFieldsUtah. It starts in 20 minutes #EconTwitter

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