Category Archives: Students
I presented preliminary results from Shamma Alam and my work on “Income Shocks, Contraceptive Use, and Timing of Fertility” at University of Oregon in Eugene on 16 November and I will be presenting at the UW labor and development brown … Continue reading
Shamma Alam has been named as one of the seven 2012 Hewlett Foundation / IIE Dissertation Fellows. These fellowships support dissertation research on topics that examine how population dynamics, family planning and reproductive health influence economic development, including economic growth, … Continue reading
Mark Anderson passed his final exam today. He will be going to Montana State University where he will be an Assistant Professor of Economics. He is also getting married in a month.
Momoe Makino passed her final exam today. She will begin her job as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Developing Economies in Tokyo over the summer.
Busy March: In addition to the PacDev mentioned below, I presented my work on family planning in Ethiopia at the 25th anniversary conference of the Centre for Studies of African Economies in Oxford and at the Population Association of America’s … Continue reading
Mark Anderson and I just finished a paper looking at one pathway through which dropping out of school might affect future life outcomes. The paper is “Why is Dropping Out of High School Bad? Dropouts and Sexually Transmitted Infections”. The … Continue reading
Another of my graduate students, Mark Anderson, has accepted a tenure-track assistant professor position at Montana State University in the Department of Economics.
One of my graudate students, Momoe Makino, has accepted a job as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Developing Economies (IDE) in Japan. She is scheduled to begin working there in August.
My student, Mark Anderson was on Hawii Public Radio recently talking about his forthcoming paper in Journal of Health Economics showing that the Montana Meth Project had no discernible effect on meth use once the pre-existing downward trend is taken … Continue reading