Caio Vigo Pereira (KU) will present:
A machine learning factor-based interpretation for the bond risk premia in U.S.
Jun Li (Syracuse University) will present:
Value-based payments in health care: Evidence from a nationwide randomized experiment in the home health sector
- Prof. Slusky wins award for teaching excellence
- Meet our Job Candidates for AY 2021-22
- Molinas and Vigo Pereira's research published in Cambridge Elements series on emerging markets
- Economics Commencement 2020 (MediaHub at KU)
- Tradeoffs podcast discusses Professor Slusky's work that showed increased primary care visits in Flint reduced avoidable ER visits
- Congratulations to first-year PhD students passing qualifying exams!
- Prof. Sabarwal leads Inter-University Colloquium on Analytical Research
- Prof. Slusky quoted in news article "States avoid new lockdowns, accept rising coronavirus cases"
- Senior Camila Ordóñez helps her home country of Columbia during COVID-19 crisis
- Summer 2020: Faculty workshop on research perspectives in economics organized by Prof. Sabarwal, see schedule
- Prof. Sabarwal is in the top 10% of Authors on SSRN by total new downloads within the last 12 months.
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