ALBERT FAMILY FUND SEMINAR IN APPLIED MICROECONOMICS
Seminars are held on Tuesdays from 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. in Bunche Hall 9383, unless otherwise noted.
The Kevin Albert Family Fund supports research in applied microeconomics. Researchers affiliated with the Fund engage in research addressing a wide variety of important issues including: Changes in the “returns” to education, the effects of economic crises in developing countries; the effects of welfare reform; the efficacy of job training programs and early intervention programs for disadvantaged children; the reasons for rising health insurance costs; effects of government regulation in the market for services; social security reform; rising inequality and the economic consequences of changes in the family. The Fund also supports speaker series and special events of interest to applied microeconomists.
Albert Family Seminar in Applied Microeconomics
Applied Microeconomics Proseminar
California Center for Population Research Seminar