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Curse of the Mummy-ji

Recent research by Assistant Professor Catalina Herrera highlights the challenges faced by women in rural India in navigating fertility issues and family planning…
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Can barriers to family planning be overcome?

Assistant Professor Catalina Herrera-Almanza is the Principal Investigator in a project entitled “Networks and Global Health: Experimental Evidence of Women’s Social Networks, Reproductive Health, and Well-Being in Developing Countries.” ..
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Congratulations Jun Ma

Jun Ma, Associate Professor of Economics, has been appointed Dean’s Leadership Fellow for Global Partnerships in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities…
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Congratulations Imke Reimers

Imke Reimer’s research on the impact on the insurance market on Pay How You Drive (PHYD) providers such as Progressive’s Snapshot will be forthcoming in the Journal of Law and Economics
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Alicia Sasser Modestino

Congratulations to Associate Professor Alicia Sasser Modestino who has had several papers accepted for publication recently including at the Review of Economics and Statistics,Journal of Consumer Affairs, and the Journal of Public Policy Analysis and Management
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Congratulations to Bilge Erten

Assistant Professor Bilge Erten’s research will be forthcoming in Review of Economics and Statistics and Economics of Education Review and was recently published in the Journal of International Economics and World Development. ..
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