Fall semester begins August 22 with recitations begining the second week of classes. Important dates can be found on the university's Academic Calendar and watch our course schedule for the latest changes and updates for your Economics courses. Staff members are working remote and hybrid, so if you have any questions please email us at EconomicsUCB@gmail.com.
2022–23 Seminar Series
Friday, August 26: "Heterogeneous Returns to Active Labour Market Programs for Indigenous Populations," Maggie Jones, Emory University.
Friday, September 2: "On the Geographic Implications of Carbon Taxes," Esteban Rossi-Hansberg,University of Chicago.
All seminars are held 3–4:30 p.m. in Seminar Room 5 unless otherwise noted. For upcoming seminars check out the 2022-2023 seminar series calendar, if the seminar is virtual email Karen Kelly or the seminar contact for the Zoom information.
23rd Annual CU Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop
September 16–17, 2022 • Lion Square Lodge, Vail, Colorado
Hosted by Nicholas Flores, CU Department of Economics
The CU Environmental and Resource Economics Workshop provides researchers the opportunity to share their research results and/or ideas. Ample time will be allocated for discussion, allowing researchers to get feedback from other workshop participants. Work presented can range from proposed research to highly polished and complete projects. Graduate students are especially encouraged to participate. There is a conference fee (2022 information forthcoming). To attend you must notify Nicholas Flores by email in advance.
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COVID-19 Updates & Resources
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