AAEC's graduate student seminar series gives graduate students an opportunity to sharpen their presentation skills, consider new research questions, and learn about new areas of research.
|Date||Presenter Name||Title of Presentation|
|Oct. 9, 2019||Ruoding Shi||
Investigation of Service Distortion in China's New Cooperative Medical Scheme
|Oct. 25, 2019||Alexis Villacis-Aveiga||
Cocoa Value Chains in Ecuador: Varieties and Post Harvest Effects
|Nov. 22, 2019||Ange Kakpo||
Effects of Weather Shocks on Millet Markets in Sub Saharan Africa: Evidence from Niger.
|Dec. 6, 2019||Jingyang Yang||
Grandfather and Grandchildren: China’s Social Pension Expansion and Child Health
“The question-and-answer time is very useful in preparing us for future conferences and job interviews. We learn how to really listen and understand the questions people pose about our research, and how to respond appropriately.” - Ruoding Shi
“People ask very good questions during the lab that encourage us to look at our research from new angles and explore alternative questions when analyzing our data.” - Xin Ning
“The health lab helps us clarify topics covered in class and drive home key points we’re learning.” - Weizhe Weng