Graduate Students in Economics of Education
We are excited to present you our Graduate students in Economics of Education Zoom (GEEZ) seminars.
The focus of this group is to provide a supportive platform for students to share their ongoing research. We hope to cover a wide expanse of topics relevant to Economics of Education and to highlight work happening in settings all over the world.
A presenter shares their piece of research over 20 minutes and afterwards there is 10-15 minutes for questions.
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Would you like to present in the GEEZ seminars?
We are NOT accepting more abstract submissions for the fourth round.
Schedule Round 5 (April - May 2022)
April 19 Maddalena Totarelli (University of Amsterdam)
Talent is everywhere, opportunity is not: Online role model mentoring and students’ aspirations
April 26 Saloni Gupta (Teachers College, Columbia University)
Can phone-based assessments be used for measuring foundational learning? Experimental evidence from India
May 3 Christina Langer (Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt)
The Value of Skills: New Evidence From Apprenticeship Plans
May 10 Michael Bloem (Georgia State University)
College Opportunity and Teen Fertility: Evidence from Ser Pilo Paga in Colombia
May 17 Sayoree Gooptu (Jadavpur University)
Measurement of overeducation and its determinants: The Indian case