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Tuesday, August 28

Kirk Doran
Assistant Professor of Economics and Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
University of Notre Dame

The Collapse of the Soviet Union and the Productivity of American Mathematicians

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Friday, August 31

Professors for Lunch Series: "Reconciliation in Politics? On the Meaning of Justice in the Wake of Massive Injustice?"

Discussion of newly released book, Just and Unjust Peace
Daniel Philpott, Associate Professor of Political Science and Peace Studies
Margaret Pfeil, Assistant Professor of Theology
Paolo Carozza, Director, Kellogg Institute for International Studies; Director, Center for Civil and Human Rights; and Professor of Law

12:00 pm - Oak Dining Room, South Dining Hall

Sponsored by the Tocqueville Program on Inquiry into Religion and American Public Life, The Office for Undergraduate Studies, and the Dean’s Fellows.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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2 3 4 - “Bolivia: A Lens On Latin America” 5 - Latin American History Working Group Lecture 6 - Mexico Working Group Panel Discussion 7 - Robert Cooter 8
9 10 11 12 13 - Josep Colomer 14 - Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar 15 - Film Screening Neighboring Sounds
16 17 18 19 - Panel Discussion: “Crisis of the Euro” 20 - International Working Group Open House 21 - The Antonine Constitution after 1800 years: Citizenship and Empire in
Europe, 200-1900
22 - The Antonine Constitution after 1800 years: Citizenship and Empire in
Europe, 200-1900
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25 - Jose Antonio Aguilar Rivera

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27 - From Street to Screen: A Festival of North African Film

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Tuesday, September 4

“Bolivia: A Lens On Latin America”

Featuring:
Rev. Michael Gillgannon
Theologian, Philosopher, Lifelong Missioner in Bolivia

Introduction:
Rev. Robert Pelton, CSC
Director, Latin American/North American Church Concerns,
Professor of Theology
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
University of Notre Dame

Chair:
Victor Maqque
PhD Candidate, Department of History
University of Notre Dame

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, September 5

Latin American History Working Group Discussion

Professor Elisa Servin
Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia

“Frank Tannenbaum y la revolución cubana”

4:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center

There will be a precirculated paper at all meetings. For copies, or any other questions, please contact Felicia Moralez at fmoralez@nd.edu


Thursday, September 6

Mexico Working Group Panel Discussion

"The Left in Mexico Today: Is there a Future for the 132 Movement?"

Elisa Servin
Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia

Guillermo Trejo
Associate Professor of Political Science
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow, University of Notre Dame

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Friday, September 7

Robert Cooter
Herman F. Selvin Professor of Law
University of California, Berkeley School of Law

“Solomon’s Knot: How Law Can End the Poverty of Nations”

12:45 pm - Eck Hall of Law

Notre Dame Program on Law and Human Development


Thursday, September 13

Josep Colomer
Distinguished Visiting Professor, Prince of Asturias Chair in Spanish Studies
Georgetown University
Research Professor, Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), Barcelona

Institutional Design: The Federal/Proportional Trade-Off

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Friday, September 14

Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar

"Disputed Elections: Challenging Electoral Outcomes as a Negotiation Tool"

Victor Hernandez Huerta
Kellogg PhD Fellow, Political Science

There will be a precirculated paper at all seminars. For copies, or any other questions, please contact Rodrigo Castro Cornejo at rcastroc@nd.edu.

3:15 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Saturday, September 15

Film Screening Neighboring Sounds

Directed by Kleber Mendonca Filho
Not Rated, 124 minutes
Portuguese with English subtitles

Kleber Mendonca Filho will be at the screening.

7:00 pm - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Browning Cinema

Cosponsored with the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center


Wednesday, September 19

Panel Discussion

“Crisis of the Euro”

Jeffrey Bergstrand
Professor of Finance
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow

Robert Fishman
Professor of Sociology
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
Nanovic Institute Faculty Fellow

Alexandra Guisinger
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow

4:30 pm - Hesburgh Auditorium

Moderated by Anthony Monta, Associate Director, Nanovic Institute

Cosponsored with the Nanovic Institute of European Studies


Thursday, September 20

International Working Group Open House

5:00 pm to 6:30 pm - Hesburgh Center Great Hall


Thursday, September 20 through Saturday, September 22

Rome, Italy

The Antonine Constitution after 1800 years: Citizenship and Empire in Europe, 200-1900

Cosponsored by The University of Notre Dame, The Kellogg Institute for International Studies, The Nanovic Institute for European Studies, The University of Chicago, The Center for the Study of Ancient Religions, Division of Humanities, Radboud University - The Faculty of Arts, The Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut, Rome, Harvard University - The Loeb Classical Library Foundation


Tuesday, September 25

Jose Antonio Aguilar Rivera
Department of Political Science
Centro de Investigacion y Docencia
Economicas (CIDE), Mexico City, Mexico
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
University of Notre Dame

"Great Expectations: Democracy in Mexico and Its Discontents"

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, September 27

From Street to Screen: A Festival of North African Film

Screening of Outside the Law (2010)

Directed by Rachid Bouchareb
Not Rated, 137 minutes

French and Arabic with English subtitles

Set against the backdrop of the Algerian War of Independence, OUTSIDE THE LAW centers on three brothers who are scattered across the globe after their family home is destroyed. Rachid Bouchareb's powerful follow-up to DAYS OF GLORY has drawn comparisons to THE GODFATHER saga for its echoes of the American gangster film.

6:30 pm - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Browning Cinema

Cosponsored with the Program in French and Francophone Studies, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, and Teaching Beyond the Classroom Grant, the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 - Wendy Griswold

2 - Ernest Bartell & Tom Streit

CANCELED

3 - Paul Collier

4 - Public Reading with Fred Arroyo

Paul Collier

5 - Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar 6
7 8 - Latin American History Working Group Lecture 9 - Sheri Berman 10 - Meninos do Morumbi

11 - Clark Gibson

Meninos do Morumbi

12 13 - Meninos do Morumbi
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23 - Measuring Democracy Working Group Lecture

Kristin Michelitch

Luis Brovo

24 - Haiti Working Group Lecture

25 - Lori Beaman

From Street to Screen: A Festival of North African Film

26 - Mexico Working Group Lecture

Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar

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28 29 30 - Jennifer Brass 31 - Asia and Asian Studies Working Group Meeting

 

   

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Monday, October 1

Africa Working Group Lecture

“The Kano Durbar: Political Aesthetics and the Stool of Power”

Wendy Griswold
Professor of Sociology
Bergen Evans Professor of Humanities
Northwestern University

5:00pm - Geddes Hall Room B036

Wednesday, October 3

Paul Collier
Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies
Oxford University

"International Human Development: Has the US a Leadership Role?"

7:00 pm - Hesburgh Center Auditorium

Reception to follow

Cosponsored with the Initiative for Global Development and the Notre Dame Club of Chicago


Thursday, October 4

Public Reading with Fred Arroyo
Western Avenue and Other Fictions

4:30 pm - Notre Dame Conference Center Room 210-214

Cosponsored with Letras Latinas and the Institute for Latino Studies


Thursday, October 4

Paul Collier
Director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies
Oxford University

Sean Callahan
Executive Vice President for Overseas Operations
Catholic Relief Services

"International Human Development and US Foreign Policy"

5:00 pm - JW Marriott Chicago, 151 West Adams Street

Reception to follow, RSVP to kievents@nd.edu

Cosponsored with the Initiative for Global Development and the Notre Dame Club of Chicago


Friday, October 5

Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar

"Campaigning with Empty Pockets: Why the Liberal Party wins Regional Elections in Colombia"

Laura Gamboa
Kellogg PhD Fellow, Political Science

There will be a precirculated paper at all seminars. For copies, or any other questions, please contact Rodrigo Castro Cornejo at rcastroc@nd.edu.

3:15 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Monday, October 8

Latin American History Working Group Lecture

"The Complicated Moral Theology of a Tridentine Prelate in the New Kingdom of Granada."

Max Deardorff
PhD Candidate, History, University of Notre Dame

There will be a precirculated paper for this lecture. For a copy, or any other questions, please contact Felicia Moralez at fmoralez@nd.edu

4:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, October 9

Sheri Berman
Professor of Political Science
Barnhard College, New York

Social Democracy and the Stabilization of Democracy in Europe

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, October 10 – Saturday, October 13

Wednesday, October 10
Performance by Meninos do Morumbi with Brazilian Instrument & Dance Workshop

8:00 pm to 9:00 pm - Ricci Band Rehearsal Hall

Cosponsored with the Program in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, the Brazil Club, and the Portuguese Language Club of Notre Dame


Thursday, October 11
Bate-Papo Welcome for Meninos do Morumbi hosted by the Brazil Club, and the Portuguese Language Club

3:30 pm to 5:00 pm - LaFortune Ballroom

Cosponsored with the Program in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, the Brazil Club, and the Portuguese Language Club of Notre Dame


Saturday, October 13
Halftime Performance by Meninos do Morumbi with the University of Notre Dame Marching Band

Cosponsored with the Program in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, the Brazil Club, and the Portuguese Language Club of Notre Dame


Thursday, October 11

Clark Gibson
Professor of Political Science
Director of the International Studies Program
University of California at San Diego

Using Technology to Detect and Suppress Electoral Fraud

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, October 23

Measuring Democracy Working Group Lecture

"Betting Against the House: Opposition Candidacy and Electoral Success in Semi-Democratic Regimes"

Keith Weghorst
PhD Candidate, University of Florida at Gainsville

There will be a precirculated paper for this lecture. For a copy, or any other questions, please contact Cecilia Pe Lero at clero@nd.edu

11:00 am - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, October 23

Kristin Michelitch
Department of Political Science
New York University
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
University of Notre Dame

"Good Morning Timbuktu! The Impact of Radio on Democratic Agency in Rural Islamic Africa"

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, October 23

"La Puesta En Voz De La Poesia: La Antiguedad Multimedial"/"The Aural Staging of Poetry: Multimedia Antiquity"
Lecture by Luis Brovo, 2012 Writer in Residence, University of Iowa; Uruguayan poet and essayist

4:30 - Hesburgh Center Auditorium

Cosponsored with the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts and the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures.


Wednesday, October 24

Haiti Working Group Lecture

Tracy Kijewski-Correa
Leo E. and Patti Ruth Linbeck Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Geological Sciences
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
Dustin Mix
Master of Science Student
College of Engineering

"Engineering2Empower in Haiti"

8:00 pm - Room B036, Geddes Hall


Thursday, October 25

Lori Beaman
Assistant Professor of Economics
Northwestern University

"Do Job Networks Disadvantage Women? Evidence from a Recruitment Experiment in Malawi"

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, October 25

From Street to Screen: A Festival of North African Film

Double Feature

Screening of Free Men (2011)

Directed by Ismail Ferroukhi
Not Rated, 99 minutes
French with English subtitles

6:30 pm - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Browning Cinema

Screening of Le Grand Voyage (2004)

Directed by Ismail Ferroukhi
Not Rated, 108 minutes
French with English subtitles

9:30 pm - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Browning Cinema

Cosponsored with the Program in French and Francophone Studies, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, and Teaching Beyond the Classroom Grant, the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.


Friday, October 26

Mexico Working Group Lecture

"The Americanization of Ethnic Mexican Women in Northwest Indiana, 1919-1965"

Felicia Moralez
PhD Candidate, History, University of Notre Dame

There will be a precirculated paper for this lecture. For a copy, or any other questions, please contact Rodrigo Castro Cornejo at rcastroc@nd.edu

12:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Friday, October 26

Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar

"Political Learning and Democratic Commitment"

Chad Kiewiet de Jonge
PhD Candidate, Political Science

There will be a precirculated paper at all seminars. For copies, or any other questions, please contact Rodrigo Castro Cornejo at rcastroc@nd.edu.

3:15 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, October 30

Jennifer Brass
Assistant Professor
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Indiana University

NGOs, Civil Society and Democratic Participation in Kenya

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, October 31

Asia and Asian Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in Asia and Asian Studies. Please contact Megan Rogers at mroger10@nd.edu for details or with any questions.

3:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center

 

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
   

 

 

1 - Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos Festivities 2 3
4 5 - Latin American Studies Program (LASP) Reception 6 - Rossana Castiglioni 7 - Development Studies Working Group Meeting 8 - Enrique Dussel Peters

9 - Mario Aquino Alves

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11 - Diwali Celebration 12 - Luise White 13 - Rodrigo Zarazaga, SJ 14

15 - Ken Hackett

From Street to Screen: A Festival of North African Film

16 - Mexico Working Group Meeting

Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar

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18 19 - Latin American History Working Group Lecture 20 - Measuring Democracy Working Group 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 - Measuring Democracy Working Group Lecture 28 - Ford Program Discussions on Development Series

29 - Elizabeth Tuleja

Debate en Homenaje a Guillermo O'Donnell: El Futuro de la Democracia en Argentina

30 - Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar  

To see the full list of student-oriented events, please click here.

Thursday, November 1

Day of the Dead/Día de los Muertos Festivities

6:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Hesburgh Center


Monday, November 5

Celebrate Latin America!
Join us for an evening of music, food, and networking. Find out about classes and events related to Latin America and learn how you can do research internships, and more in the region.

6:00pm - Great Hall, Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, November 6

Rossana Castiglioni
Associate Professor of Political Science
Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
University of Notre Dame

Against All Odds: Social Policy Rollbacks in Democratic Chile

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, November 7

Development Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff who are interested in topics pertaining to Development Studies. Please contact Gail Weaver at aweaver5@nd.edu for details or with any questions

12:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, November 8

Enrique Dussel Peters
Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

Latin America and China: Socioeconomic Conditions and Challenges

4:00 pm - Hesburgh Center C103


Friday, November 9

Mario Aquino Alves
Associate Professor of Organization Theory and Civil Society
Fundação Getulio Vargas
SaoPaulo, Brazil

"Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility: Businesses as Political Actors and the Coalitions for Education Policy Change in Brazil"

12:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center

A light lunch will be served.  Please let us know if you plan to attend: kievents@nd.edu


Sunday, November 11

Diwali Celebration
Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of the largest festivals in India and symbolizes the triumph of truth over evil. This year's Diwali celebration will include prayers to Lord Ganesha, and Goddess Lakshmi, followed by food and dancing.

7:00 pm - LaFortune Ballroom

Cosponsored with the Indian Association of Notre Dame, Campus Ministry, Graduate Student Union, and Notre Dame International.


Monday, November 12

Africa Working Group Lecture
"The Lost History of Rhonasians: Rhodesian Independence and the Place of Race in Decolonization”

Luise White
Professor of History
2012 Guggenheim Fellow
University of Florida

5:00 pm - 119 DeBartolo Hall


Tuesday, November 13

Rodrigo Zarazaga, SJ

Director of the Centro de Investigacíon y Accíon Social (CIAS)
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
University of Notre Dame

"Vote-Buying and Asymmetric Information"

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, November 15

Ken Hackett
Former President of Catholic Relief Services

"How Can A University Promote Integral Human Development?"

Commentary by Ray Offenheiser
President of Oxfam America
Kellogg Institute Advisory Board Member

4:00 pm - Hesburgh Center Auditorium


Thursday, November 15

From Street to Screen: A Festival of North African Film

Double Feature

Screening of Neither Allah Nor Master!/Secularism inch'Allah(2011)

Directed by Nadia El Fani
Not Rated, 71 minutes
Arabic with English subtitles

6:30 pm - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Browning Cinema

Director Nadia El Fani will be introducing the film and answering questions.

Screening of Bab'Aziz-The Prince Who Contemplated His Soul (2006)

Directed by Nacer Khamir
Not Rated, 96 minutes
Arabic and Farsi with English subtitles

9:30 pm - DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Browning Cinema

Cosponsored with the Program in French and Francophone Studies, the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, and Teaching Beyond the Classroom Grant, the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, and the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts.


Friday, November 16

Mexico Working Group Meeting

"Disputed Elections: Challenging Electoral Outcomes as a Negotiation Tool"

Victor Hernández Huerta
PhD student, Political Science

There will be a precirculated paper for this lecture. For a copy, or any other questions, please contact Rodrigo Castro Cornejo at rcastroc@nd.edu

12:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Friday, November 16

Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar

"Activating Rights"

Cecilia Lero
Kellogg PhD Fellow, Political Science

There will be a precirculated paper at all seminars. For copies, or any other questions, please contact Rodrigo Castro Cornejo at rcastroc@nd.edu.

3:15 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Monday, November 19

Latin American History Working Group Lecture

"The Jesuits in Guanabara Bay: Jose de Anchieta, S.J. and the Makings of a Counter Reformation Mission"

Anne McGinness
Kellogg PhD Fellow, History

4:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, November 20

Measuring Democracy Working Group

Svend-Erik Skaaning
Associate Professor of Political Science
Aarhus University, Denmark

"Dealing with Democratic Diversity"

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, November 27

Measuring Democracy Working Group Lecture

David Altman
Department of Political Science
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Santiago, Chile
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow

"Bringing Direct Democracy Back In: Toward a Three-Dimensional Measure of Democracy"

Please contact Cecilia Pe Lero at clero@nd.edu should you have any questions.

11:00 pm - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, November 28

Ford Program Discussions on Development Series

"The Catholic Church, Holy Cross, and Human Development in Bangladesh"

Fr. Frank Quinlivan, CSC
Former Provincial of Holy Cross Priests in Bangladesh

7:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, November 29

Elizabeth Tuleja
Associate Teaching Professor of Management
Mendoza College of Business
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow
University of Notre Dame

"Cultural Intelligence and the Globally Mindful MBA Student"

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, November 29

Debate en Homenaje a Guillermo O'Donnell: El Futuro de la Democracia en Argentina

Panelists
Roberto Gargarella, University of Buenos Aires, Law School
Rubén Lo Vuolo, CIEPP
Marcos Novaro, University of Buenos Aires, Political Science
Luis Tonelli, University of Buenos Aires, Political Science

Chair
Martín Abregú, Ford Foundation

5:00pm (3:00pm EST) – Buenos Aires, Argentina (location to be determined)

Event will be streamed live at http://www.anap-argentina.org/


Friday, November 30

Comparative Politics Discussion Seminar
"Building Party Labels Without Parties? Party Identification in Post-Collapse Party Systems. The Case of Fujimorismo in Perú"
Presentation by Carlos Melendez
Kellogg PhD Fellow, Political Science

There will be a precirculated paper at all seminars. For copies, or any other questions, please contact Rodrigo Castro Cornejo at rcastroc@nd.edu.

3:00 pm - C102 Hesburgh Center

 
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
         

 

1
2 3 - Cultural Difference and Social Change Presentation Night

4 - Measuring Democracy Working Group Lecture

David Altman

5 6 - Marc Melitz 7 - Asia and Asian Studies Working Group Meeting 8
9 10 11 12 - Development Studies Working Group Meeting 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31          

Click here for Spring 2013 Calendar of Events

To see the full list of student-oriented events, please click here.

Monday, December 3

Cultural Difference and Social Change Presentation Night

5:00 pm - Geddes Hall Auditorium

The evening will consist of presentations by students who have traveled to various countries, including Namibia, India, Ghana, Honduras, Cambodia, among others. They will touch on their experiences, while reflecting upon them from academic perspectives

A reception in the Geddes Hall Coffee House will follow the lecture.

Cosponsored with the Center for Social Concerns


Tuesday, December 4

Measuring Democracy Working Group Lecture

Fernando Bizzarro
Universidad Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), São Paulo, Brazil

"Parties, Leaders and the State in Brazil: The Case of São Paulo's PMDB"

There will be a precirculated paper for this lecture. For a copy, or any other questions, please contact Cecilia Pe Lero at clero@nd.edu

11:00 am - C104/105 Hesburgh Center


Tuesday, December 4

David Altman
Professor of Political Science
Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile
Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow
University of Notre Dame

Work in Progress - "Mechanisms of Direct Democracy: Accelerator or Brake for Political Change?"

12:30 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Thursday, December 6

Marc Melitz
David A. Wells Professor of Political Economy
Harvard University

"Market Size, Competition, and the Product Mix of Exporters"

4:00 pm - C103 Hesburgh Center


Friday, December 7

Asia and Asian Studies Working Group Meeting

Discussion Topic - "Demographic Change in Asia: Marriage and the Family"

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff interested in Asia and Asian Studies. Please contact Megan Rogers at mroger10@nd.edu for details or with any questions.

3:00 pm - C102 Hesburgh Center


Wednesday, December 12

Development Studies Working Group Meeting

For all graduate students, faculty, and staff who are interested in topics pertaining to Development Studies. Please contact Gail Weaver at aweaver5@nd.edu for details or with any questions

12:00 pm - C102 Hesburgh Center