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Economics and Public Policy Research Series

Please join us this semester for the Economics and Public Policy Research Seminar Series.

Thursday, September 1, 12-1 PM, Public Policy 367
Local Council Members’ View on Inter-municipal Cooperation: Does Office-related Self Interest Matter?
Ivo Bischoff, University of Kassel

Thursday, September 22, 12-1 PM
Dan Hicks, University of Oklahoma
Air Pollution and Pro-cyclical Mortality: Causal Evidence from Thermal Inversions

Thursday October 6, 12-1 PM
Nuria Rodriguez Planas, Queens College
Social Norms and Teenager Smoking, The Dark Side of Gender Equality

Wednesday, October 19, 12-1 PM
Lora Cohen Vogel, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
A View from Within: Lessons Learned from Doing Continuous Improvement Research
An Eminent Scholar Presentation

Friday, November 11, 2-3 PM, Public Policy 451
Gary Painter, University of Southern California
Estimating the Long-Term Effects of Hurricane Katrina

Thursday, November 17, 12-1 PM, Public Policy 367
Tim Pawlowski, University of Tuebingen
Sport Participation and Social Capital Formation

Thursday, December 1, 12-1 PM, Public Policy 367
Jane Lincove, UMBC School of Public Policy
Overworked or Overpaid? A Longitudinal Analysis of Principal Compensation in a Context of Increasing School Autonomy

Thursday, November 17

Public Policy Forums

The Public Policy Forum series provides an opportunity for academic, nonprofit, business and government policy practitioners to engage in a dialogue about topics of importance to the region at a location in downtown Baltimore. Public Policy forum topics are grounded in academic research, but selected to appeal to a broad professional audience.

Social Sciences Forums

Social Sciences Forums and other events present topics and perspectives of interest to the social sciences community at a location on campus. Lectures are free and open to the public and last approximately one hour, followed by a question and answer period and a reception.