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January
27
2017
March
2
2018
Past Event All Day Saieh Hall for Economics

Friedman Forum: The Effect of Technology on the Labor Supply of Young Men and Women, Featuring Booth’s Erik Hurst

A Lecture for Undergraduates
May
4
2018
Past Event All Day Saieh Hall for Economics

Friedman Forum: The Glass Ceiling, Featuring Booth’s Marianne Bertrand

February
1
2019
Past Event 12:30 pm CST University of Chicago, Saieh Hall for Economics, Rm 021

Friedman Forum: How Do Individuals Repay Their Debt? Featuring Booth Professor Neale Mahoney

When faced with debt across multiple credit cards, do people pay down their balances in a way that makes financial sense? On February 1, BFI will host Chicago Booth...
April
19
2019
Past Event 12:00 pm CDT University of Chicago, Saieh Hall for Economics, Rm 021

Friedman Forum: The Effect of Health Insurance on Spending, Health, and Well-Being — Evidence and Implications for Reform

Featuring Katherine Baicker, Dean and the Emmett Dedmon Professor at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy
Topics:  Health care
May
18
2019
Past Event 9:10 am CDT International House

University of Chicago Graduate China Forum: Economics Panel

Overall leverage ratio of China’s real economy in 2018 was around 243.7%, among which the China’s state-owned enterprises (SOE) leverage ratio was 103% and government leverage ratio was 37%....
November
1
2019
Past Event 12:00 pm CDT University of Chicago, Saieh Hall for Economics, Rm 021

Friedman Forum: Gender and Human Capital Investments in Developing Countries

Featuring Alessandra Voena, Professor in Economics and the College, the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics
January
10
2020
Past Event 12:00 pm CST University of Chicago, Saieh Hall for Economics, Rm 021

Friedman Forum — Gangs of Medellín: How Organized Crime is Organized

Featuring Chris Blattman, Ramalee E. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies, Harris School of Public Policy, and Co-Director of BFI's Development Economics Initiative
December
2
2020
Past Event 12:30 pm CST Virtual Event

Friedman Forum: Building Resilient Health Systems: Experimental Evidence from Sierra Leone and the 2014 Ebola Outbreak

Featuring Oeindrila Dube, Philip K. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies, Harris Public Policy, and Director of BFI's Initiative for the Study of Gender in the Economy
Topics:  COVID-19
December
16
2020
Past Event 8:00 pm CST Virtual Event

China Biweekly Seminar on Public Economics

The Tsinghua University – University of Chicago Joint Research Center for Economics and Finance, in collaboration with the Becker Friedman Institute for Economics in China (BFI-China), the National Institute...