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Andrew Newman

Professor of Economics
Boston University

"Loopholes and the Evolution of Contract Form"

Friday, March 8, 2013
3:30pm - Hammes-Mowbrey Room 306

Andrew Newman is professor of economics at Boston University and a research fellow of the CEPR in London. He taught previously at University College London, Columbia University, and Northwestern University. His research contributions have improved our theoretical understanding of the role of income inequality in economic development, migration and development. His work on occupational choice, inequality, and development was a fundamental contribution to the field, and his recent work has focused on the relationship between economic organizations, industrial organization, and development.





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