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FACULTY SEMINAR SERIES - Spring 2009

Date

Speaker

Affiliation

Topic

Feb 11
Wed

Dahlia Remler

Baruch College

Information and Communications Technology in U.S. Health Care: Why is Adoption So Slow and Is Slower Better? (Co-authored with Michael Christensen)

Feb 17
Tue

Robert Margo

Boston University, currently visiting at Russell Sage Foundation

Race and Housing in Historical Perspective Click here to dowload presentation.arrow

Feb 25
Wed

Sarah Dolfin

Mathematica

Impacts of Comprehensive Teacher Induction: Results from the First Year ofa Randomized Controlled Study. Click here to view Sarah's paper.arrow

Mar 4
Wed

Gregg Van Ryzin

Rutgers University

Regionalism and the devolution of social policy: An analysis of public preferences in Spain. Click here to view Gregg's paper.arrow

Mar 18
Wed

Thad Daniel Calabrese

Baruch College

What Are the Determinants of Nonprofit Net Assets? Click here to view Thad's paper.arrow
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Mar 25
Wed

Cleopatra Charles

New York University

The Impact of Budget Stabilization Funds on State General Obligation Bond Ratings Click here to view Cleopatra's paper. arrow

Apr 1
Wed

Holly Reed

Queens College and CIDR

Internal Migration Patterns and Policy: The South African Case. Click here to view Holly's
paper.
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Apr 22
Wed

Bin Chen

Baruch College

Neighborhood Councils and Resident Committees. Click here to view Bin's paper.arrow

Apr 28
Tue

Hirokazu Yoshikawa

Harvard University, currently visiting at Russell Sage Foundation

Mixing Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Developmental Science:
Uses and Methodological Choices. Click here to view Hirokazu's paper. arrow
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May 5
Tue

Hugo Benitez-Silva

Stony Brook University

Recovery from and Onset of Mobility Limitations: Lessons for Policy Evaluation.

May 6
Wed

NYCRDC Data Conference

 

 

May 13
Wed

Ke Liang

Baruch College

The Consequences of Marketization for Health in China, 1991 to 2004: An Examination of Changes in Urban-Rural Differences.
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