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CPR Graduate Student Seminar

426 Eggers Hall

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The following graduate students from CPR will present their research:

David Schwegman - "Testing for Differential Treatment By Child Welfare Providers Towards Sexual Minorities"

Jun Cai - "Panel Nonparametric Identification and Estimation of Conditional Heteroskedastic Frontiers"

Huong Tran - "Evaluating the Empirical Relevance of Theories of the Distribution of Earnings"

Saied Toossi - "What’s for Lunch? The Relationship Between School Menus and Student Lunch Participation"

Emily Gutierrez - "The Effect of Universal Free Meals on Student Perceptions of School Climate: Evidence from New York City"

Jonathan Presler - "You are who you eat with: Evidence on Academic Peer Effects from School Lunch Lines"

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