IBER BULLETIN: Spring 2010
About the Bulletin: Our New Look
Welcome to the new, online edition of the IBER Bulletin. We hope that the electronic Bulletin makes it easy for you to access various resources on the IBER web page—news stories, reports from our PhD students, and links to such resources as working papers and conference papers.
This Bulletin contains an overview of changes at IBER, along with stories about faculty research projects, awards to distinguished faculty, and the work of our graduate students who receive support through IBER doctoral dissertation research grants. During the past academic year, IBER made grants to 22 graduate students Economics, Business, Demography, and Agricultural and Resource Economics. The payoff is substantial: nearly all complete their PhDs and go on to careers in teaching, research, and public service. The John Carter Endowment funds many of these grants, but we rely on donations to fund the balance. Please consider making a donation to support Cal’s graduate student economists.
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Faculty and Centers Features
Professor Emmanuel Saez in the Spotlight--Again! Saez named MacArthur "genius" Fellow
Towards a Structural-Environmental Model of HIV Risk and Prevention:
The Case of Latino Migrant Day Laborers Kurt C. Organista, Associate Dean and Professor of Social Welfare, on his research
Graduate Student Research News