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Field Research Seminars

Below you will find the name and a short description for each of the Field Reearch Seminars within the Department of Economics. There is a link to their calendar of events and an email address if you are interested in receiving seminar emails.

For those who incur costs when participating in seminars, please fill out the LSA Finance Guest/Student Reimbursement form.

Applied Microeconomics / Industrial Organization

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Causal Inference in Education Research Seminar (CIERS)

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Economics at Work

Economics at Work (Econ 208) is a seminar style class offered by the Department of Economics at the University of Michigan. In this course, undergraduates are offered a regular opportunity to interact with alumni from the Department of Economics. The goals of the course are four-fold. First, we desire to create excitement around the economics major. Second, and in part to achieve the prior goal, we desire to demonstrate to our first and second-year students the broad opportunities that await them, should they pursue economics as their major. Third, we desire to provide a place for juniors and seniors to meet, connect and network with our alumni. And fourth, we desire to promote a sense of community for our majors.

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Health, History, Demography & Development (H2D2)

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Interdisciplinary Seminar in Quantitative Methods (ISQM)

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ISR-Zwerdling Seminar in Labor Economics

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Michael Beauregard Seminar in Macroeconomics

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Social, Behavioral & Experimental Economics (SBEE)

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