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Home | Events Archive | Structural Discrete Choice Models in Labor Economics
Tinbergen Institute Lectures

Structural Discrete Choice Models in Labor Economics


  • Location
    Amsterdam
  • Date

    January 06, 2010 until March 06, 2010

David Card, Professor of Economics at the University of California (Berkeley), has given the Tinbergen Institute Economics Lectures 2010. During three days of lectures, Professor Card discussed recent developments in labor economics, immigration and public policy.

Professor Card was honored by the American Economic Association in 1995 with the John Bates Clark Medal. Most recently, he received the IZA Prize in Labor Economics from Germany‘s Institute for the Study of Labor, the leading award for labor economists.

Professor Card’s current research interests include the causes and consequences of racial segregation, the economic impacts of immigration, and the effects of health insurance on health care utilization and health.