Seminar in Economic Development (ECON 3105)

This seminar is open to the public.

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[  Harvard Seminar Website  ] 

The Seminar in Economic Development (Economics 3105) is a weekly lecture series organized jointly by economists at Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to cover a wide range of topics in the field. Economists based in the Boston area and at universities and institutions around the world are invited to present their work in the seminar. Faculty members and graduate students from neighboring universities regularly attend, and the seminar is open to the general public.

Graduate students in development economics who are about to complete the PhD program at Harvard or MIT and enter the job market also present their work in progress during the fall semester. The papers presented are available before each talk and are usually posted on the Harvard and MIT websites for the seminar. 

The Seminar in Economic Development (Economics 3105), local and distant, is organized by development economists at Harvard and MIT, students, and faculty members. 

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See also: Open Seminars

Chairs

Jie Bai

Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School.

 

Natalia Rigol

Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School.

 

Benjamin Roth

Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School.

 

Jaya Wen

Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School.