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Prompted to use changes in import competition on US markets to identify a causal effect, the “Econ Wolverines” explore how Chinese imports to the United States affect union participation rates
Finding economics very practical in approaching real-world issues, sixth-year PhD student Samuel Haltenhof decided right away he wanted to pursue a career in the field
It is perhaps fitting that as the University of Michigan begins to celebrate its bicentennial that an economic historian takes over as department chair. The celebration reminds us of all that we value about U-M. I look forward to a productive and exciting term ahead. Read more here.
--Professor and Chair of Economics, Paul Rhode
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