Eugene Kiselev, a Brandeis Ph.D. student will be presenting his work in the research seminar on November 14th.   His presentation will be on “Bribe-Taking and Bureaucratic Competition: A Search Cost Model of Corruption.”   He is on the job market this year and will be attending the American Economic Association Meetings in San Diego in January. […]



Professor Bui has recently been appointed for a three year term as a member of the EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB), Environmental Justice Technical Panel.  The technical panel is responsible for reviewing the quality and relevance of the scientific and technical information being used or proposed as the basis for EPA regulations, and for advising the EPA […]



Submitted by Benjamin Shiller, Assistant Professor of Economics Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of participating as an expert on a panel, sponsored by the national association of recording merchandisers (NARM), discussing the role of the first sale doctrine in a digital age.  A brief background: the first sale doctrine dates back to a 1854 Supreme […]



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