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DID YOU MISS THE MALIM HARDING LECTURE?
Professor Jeffrey Smith (University of Wisconsin-Madison) presented "Reflections on the Evaluation of Active Labo(u)r Market Policies: Two Cheers for Conditional Independence". View the lecture online now (closed captioning available).
NOW HIRING PEER MENTORS
Qualified Economics and Commerce students can apply for the 2018-19 peer mentor positions to assist and advise students in ECO 100-level and 200-level courses. Closing date: August 15, 2018.
JONATHAN HALL'S WORK FEATURES IN THE MEDIA
Bloomberg Opinion draws on his 'Is Uber a substitute or complement for public transit?', and iNews in its Wimbledon coverage discusses the paper 'Technological Change and Obsolete Skills: Evidence from Men's Professional Tennis'
‘JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER’ HANGS UP HIS TOOLS
UTM's Gordon Anderson retires after three decades with U of T Read more
BEST RESEARCH PAPER PRIZE
Economics Specialist Minnie Cui wins CEA-Bank of Canada poster session award Read more
AND THE PRESIDENT'S TEACHING AWARD GOES TO...
The highest honour for teaching at U of T goes to our own Jennifer Murdock, recognizing her contribution to teaching innovation and excellence Read more
ECONOMICS IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE
Contributions from our experts. Updated July 17, 2018 (with Jonathan Hall). Read more
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|Pamela Medina (University of Toronto), "Capital Frictions, Resource Reallocation and Aggregate Productivity". 12:00–13:00, Rotman, room 157. Organized by Tanjim Hossain and Yao Luo|
Recent Working Papers
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