Prison, immigration and railway economics experts at the CSUEB economics workshop
- June 7, 2010 11:55am
The Department of Economics holds a weekly economics research workshop that provides a forum for presenting and debating faculty research. Organizers invite U.S. and international specialists to discuss their research and published work at the Wednesday Economic Seminars. Once per month the Smith Center for Private Enterprise Studies co-hosts the event and invites a nationally renowned speaker. Seminars are held from 2 to 3:50 p.m. in VBT 126, unless otherwise noted. Admission is free. Below is the schedule for the remaining seminars for spring quarter:
June 9th Participants:
Joseph Souza, “The California Prison System”
Ramon Villalobos, “Immigration”
Zhang Wenxiao, “Railway Economics”
Vu Phan, “Technological Economics”
Most events are recorded and posted to the Department of Economics Web site.
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