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NU students presented at USSEE

Northeastern University students Emilie Laychock, Jhonatan Serrano, Lily Cunningham, Natasha Keidl, Arthur Langlois, Ashley Cornwell and Rylan Gonzalez presented at the United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) on Thursday, June 23.

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STUDENT PRESENTATIONS

Reconciling Transportation and Residential Location A Sustainability Evaluation

Emilie Laychock, Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University


Economics In Practice: Sustainable Chocolate

Jhonatan Serrano, Department of Economics, Northeastern University


The opportunity of economics: Reconciling the relationship between progress and sustainability

Lily Cunningham, Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, Northeastern University
Natasha Keidl, Economics, Northeastern University


Make our voices heard: Examining the Roots of Consistent Following of Public opinion on Climate Policy by American Lawmakers.

Arthur Langlois, Northeastern University


Assessment of Ethics in Economics

Ashley Cornwell, Department of Economics, Northeastern University
Rylan Gonzalez, Department of Business Administration, Northeastern University

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