The workshop starts on Thursday (the 26th of May) with Guido Alfani (Bocconi) talking about Epidemics, Inequality and Poverty. Erica Charters (Oxford) in the afternoon will talk about How Epidemics End. On Friday morning (the 27th) Maarten Lindeboom (Vrije) will talk about The Health Effects of Early Life Stressors. Lots of interesting contributions in between.Continue reading “The programme for Workshop on The Economics and History of Health Crises is now online”
Timothy Moore (Purdue) this Friday will talk about the effect of regulation on teens’ risky behaviour
Friday 6th May 2022 – 3.30pm – Lecture Theatre (and Zoom) Timothy Moore (Purdue University) Title: “Shaping the Habits of Teen Drivers” Abstract: We show that a targeted law can have broad and persistent effects on teens’ risky behavior. An Australian law banned first-year drivers from carrying multiple passengers between 11:00pm and 4:59am, which hadContinue reading “Timothy Moore (Purdue) this Friday will talk about the effect of regulation on teens’ risky behaviour”
The school choice workshop is on Monday-Tuesday. The panel discussing Integrated Education in NI is on Monday at 5:30pm
The school choice workshop takes place next Monday-Tuesday at QMS lecture theatre. There are talks for all audiences: some theory, some empirics. There is also a panel with policy makers on Monday at 5.30 pm on integrated education in Northern Ireland, and a keynote lecture on Tuesday on the redesign of University Admissions in theContinue reading “The school choice workshop is on Monday-Tuesday. The panel discussing Integrated Education in NI is on Monday at 5:30pm”
There are two fully-funded 3-year studentships linked to the research agenda of the ADRC-NI team in QMS. These projects are led by Duncan McVicar. The application deadline for both positions is the 30th of June 2022.
The updated program for the School Choice Workshop on the 25th and 26th of April is now available (https://www.qub.ac.uk/Study/AHSS/filestore/Filetoupload,1293467,en.pdf). Great line up.
This Friday at 15:30 (UK) Nathan Nunn (Harvard) will present his paper “Transhumant Pastoralism, Climate Change and Conflict in Africa” (with Eoin F. McGuirk). Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/3309613459?pwd=NXdiVkZzRG43bXpMbWl5NFZLcy9Sdz09. (Password: 111111)
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