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BEST RESEARCH PAPER PRIZE
Minnie Cui
Economics Specialist Minnie Cui wins CEA-Bank of Canada poster session award Read more

HOW DO WE KNOW IF ED TECH EVEN WORKS?

Philip Oreopoulos's co-authored op-ed in Education Week argues that there is an obligation to test educational technology before widespread adoption

AND THE PRESIDENT'S TEACHING AWARD GOES TO...
Jennifer Murdock
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

GLOBE & MAIL COVERS DANIEL TREFLER'S WORK
Daniel Trefler
Professors Trefler and Avi Goldfarb emphasize the importance of studying the impact of AI on international trade in the Business School Research section's piece, "China poised to take lead in artificial intelligence race"

MA STUDENT AUTHORS OPINION PIECE IN THE STAR
Heather Bone
Heather Lynn Bone on "Pitfalls for Ford's minimum wage tax-break plan": Providing tax relief to low-wage workers is long overdue, but it's no excuse for bad policy Read more

ECONOMICS IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE

Contributions from our experts. Updated May 25, 2018 (with Philip Oreopoulos). Read more

ISMAEL MOURIFIÉ PROFILED IN THE TORONTO STAR
Ismael Mouriefié
"The man who's fighting girls' 'mathematophobia'" Read more

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Max Gluskin HouseThe Department of Economics at the University of Toronto ranks among the top economics departments internationally. The teaching and research of its 75 faculty members span a wide range of fields and cover theory, applied data analysis, and econometric methodology. Around 15 PhD students, 60 MA students, and 25 MFE students enter our programs each year, and the department has over 1,800 undergraduates, with an additional 800 undergraduates at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) campus. Collaborative programs with the Rotman School of Management and the Faculty of Law allow students to undertake interdisciplinary studies at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Read more


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Martin Burda (University of Toronto), "Course Design for Non-traditional Courses". 12:00–13:00, Max Gluskin House, room 106. Organized by Kripa Freitas

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