In the Media, Students, Uncategorized
Four Dyson graduate students have been awarded travel grants from the Mario Einaudi Center including Ali Abbas, who will spend time in Pakistan exploring collusion between citizens and the state in the property tax market.
Faculty, Food, In the Media
Christopher Barrett, professor of applied economics and management in the Dyson School, contributes expert commentary on food aid policy and aid agencies' shift from giving out food to cash.
Economics, Faculty, In the Media
Eswar Prasad, senior professor of trade policy at the Dyson School, forecasts the implications of China's announcement that it planned to impose tariffs on American-produced goods.
In the Media, Students
Dyson students descended on Capitol Hill March 14 for Student Aid Advocacy Day, an annual event offering students the opportunity to engage lawmakers in support of federal financial aid.
A Better World, Food, In the Media
In an op-ed featured by Axios, Dyson professor Chris Barrett argues that American food aid programs must be reformed, and fast.