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3 days ago
Our September seminar on the economics of gender disparities starts in about two hours! Dr. Ying Zhen & Dr. Yunsun Huh will discuss the topic with a focus on the labor market and immigration.

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5 days ago
If you’re interested in the economics of gender disparities sign up for our free seminar this Friday, September 24th at 1PM EDT. Dr. Ying Zhen & Dr. Yunsun Huh will discuss the topic with focus on the labor market and immigration.

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6 days ago
In Author Series 12, Christian Neuhauser discusses his recently published article in the Review of Social Economy titled, "Property-owning democracy, market socialism and workplace democracy"

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