Oct. 1: Info meeting, 5-6pm, Stocking Hall Conference Center
Dyson Coffee Chat
Oct. 6: 12:30-2:30pm, Warren Hall First Floor Lobby, Hosted by the Dyson Undergraduate Council
Oct. 8: "The Value of Informational Organic Links for Sponsored Search Advertising," Taylor Bentley, Washington Univ., 12:30pm, 401 Warren
Oct. 15: "Value Estimation and Comparison in Multi-Attribute Consumer Choice," Geoff Fisher, California Institute of Technology, 12:30pm, 401 Warren
Last Day to Drop Classes/Change Grade Option
Research and Extension
How Useful Is Inequality of Opportunity as a Policy Construct?
Authors: Kanbur, Wagstaff
Informality: Cause, Consequences and Policy Responses
Ask any farmer and they will likely tell you their lifestyle is full of stress. NY FarmNet is working with hundreds of farmers in New York to relieve some of the pressure.
Prof. Ravi Kanbur participates on panel for the President of Italy, along with Chief Statistician of the OECD, governor of Italy's Central Bank, and Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz.
Prof. Brian Wansink's new book provides small, proven solutions from behavioral economics and psychology to help us become slim by design.
Allowing single-occupant hybrid cars to use carpool lanes creates crushing congestion and about $4,500 per car in adverse social costs annually, says new research by Prof. Antonio Bento.
Undergraduate Orientation 2014
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