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Learning and Labor Economics Conference Session I

Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 9:00am to 11:00am

Hallock Auditorium, Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies 122 Elm Street, Oberlin, OH 44074

Moderator: Daniel Rees ’86

Is the Golden Age of the Private University Over?

Presenter: Ronald Ehrenberg

Discussant: Joshua Rosenbloom ’81

Jobs and the Small Business Administration: Estimating the Employment Effects of Loan Programs using Universal Panel Data

Presenter: John Earle ’80

Discussant: Christopher Rohlfs ’00

Daniel Rees is a professor of economics at the University of Colorado, Denver, where he specializes in health economics and labor economics.

Ronald Ehrenberg is the Irving M. Ives Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and Economics at Cornell University, director of the Cornell Higher Education Research Institute, and a Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow.

Joshua Rosenbloom, a professor of economics at the University of Kansas, teaches courses on the economic history of the United States and Europe, the economics of technological change, and the economics of the labor market.

John Earle joined the School of Public Policy at George Mason University in 2010, following nearly two decades teaching at Central European University in Budapest.

Chris Rohlfs is an assistant professor of economics at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and a senior research associate at Maxwell's Center for Policy Research.,

Part of Learning and Labor Economics, a conference recognizing the 100th anniversary of Oberlin’s economics department and honoring Albert Rees ’43.

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