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Bilge Erten

Professor Bilge Erten presented her paper, How Does Trade Liberalization Affect Racial and Gender Inequality in Employment? Evidence from Post-Apartheid South Africa on Thursday, April 2nd at the Levy Institute…
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NU Humanities Center Grant

Economics Chair Bill Dickens and Valentine Moghadam, Director of the International Affairs Program have been awarded a grant from the Humanities Center to support a conference with the purpose of advancing the agenda of building the first ever Center for Gender and Development…
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Bilge Erten and Catalina Herrera

Economics Assistant Professors Bilge Erten and Catalina Herrera, along with Valentine Moghadam (International Affairs) have been awarded a Northeastern University TIER1 Grant to further their research on the connection between Development, Democratization, and Women’s Empowerment.

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Gustavo Vicentini

The Journal of Industrial Economics has accepted a paper by Assistant Teaching Professor Gustavo Vicentini for publication…
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Caroline Coughlin

Caroline Coughlin, an International Affairs and Economics double major, was nominated by Northeastern University for the Harry S. Truman Scholarships…
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Rights Make Might

On March 17, Assistant Professor Catalina Herrera Almanza will be one of three panelists on the Reproductive Rights as Economic Empowerment for Women and Girls Parallel Event at the United Nations’ 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women…
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Economics Society

New members are always welcome. Meetings for the Spring 2015 semester will be held every Monday at 6pm in 104 West Village G…
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Elena Losada

Elena Losado, who recently graduated with a MA/BS in Economics, is now working at an internship at the Brookings Institution Center for Universal Education…
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