Zhigang Feng (University of Nebraska):
Macroeconomic Dynamics of Sovereign Default
- Prof. Slusky publishes a paper showing Ohio women's health clinic closures reduce preventive care.
- Professor Slusky talks to Scienceline about how COVID-19 has impacted abortion access.
- Will Duncan receives outstanding GTA award
- Prof. Slusky named a co-editor of the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management.
- Prof. Slusky wrote a memo for Econofact about the "Health and Economic Effects of Reduced Access to Abortion"
- Prof. Sabarwal's new book, "Monotone Games: A unified approach to games with strategic complements and substitutes," released worldwide
- Prof. Slusky’s new paper finds a 32% decrease in abortion clinic visits during the COVID-19 pandemic
- Prof. Sabarwal's advising celebrated with mentor spotlight by Center For Undergraduate Research
- New undergraduate certificate options available this Fall
- 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
- Tradeoffs podcast discusses Professor Slusky's work that showed increased primary care visits in Flint reduced avoidable ER visits
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Our Program includes about 350 undergraduate majors, these students are able to earn Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of General Studies, or Bachelor of Science degrees. We are committed to limiting enrollment in all classes to 30 or fewer students with the exception of principle courses. Students receive training in microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics as part of the core education for undergraduates. Graduates of the Oswald Program in Economics are successful in industry, government, and academia.
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