Donggyun Shin (Kyung Hee University, Korea) is visiting CPR August 18-22nd to work on an ongoing project with Yoonseok Lee. His research interests include labor economics, applied micro econometrics, crime, education, and macro labor market (structural labor economics).
Becky Schewe (Sociology) presented her paper "Possible, Adaptable, Gainful: Normative and Political Economic Barriers to Adopting Agricultural Climate Change Mitigation Practices" at the American Sociological Association meeting, in San Francisco, August 15-19.
An inaugural walk took place on August 4th to
introduce the newest Monday Mile route that was installed this summer
at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center in Syracuse. The Director of the
Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion, Tom
Dennison (PAIA) was interviewed by Time
Warner Cable News concerning the Monday Mile initiative. More
No. 171 Abstract "The Spatial Polish Wage Curve with Gender Effects: Evidence from the Polish Labor Survey."
Badi H. Baltagi and Bartlomiej Rokicki. August 2014. 33pp. WP171 Full Paper
No. 170 Abstract
"Test of Hypotheses in a Time
Trend Panel Data Model with Serially Correlated Error Component Disturbances.” Badi
H. Baltagi, Chihwa Kao, and Long Liu. July, 2014. 42pp. WP170 Full Paper
No. 169 Abstract "Treatment Effects
with Unobserved Heterogeneity: A Set Identification Approach."
Jae Jun, Yoonseok
Shin. July, 2014. 29 pp. WP169 Full Paper
Policy Brief No. 49/2013 Health Promotions 2.0: The Future of Wellness Programs in America. 25th Annual Herbert Lourie Lecture on Health Policy. Dr. Rajiv Kumar (November)
Policy Brief No. 48/2013 Medicaid Expansion, Long-Term Care Financing in Retirement States and the Post World War II Birth Cohort. The Syracuse Seminar on Aging. Toni Miles (August)
Driving Directions To CPR: • Irving Garage• Quad 1• Campus Map
grad, Pengju Zhang, (PAIA) wins the C Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship for 2013-2014 from the Lincoln
Institute of Land Policy.