The Inequality Seminar: Trends in Educational Mobility Across Time and Place in the Early 20th Century US.
The Inequality Seminar will be hosting University of Wisconsin-Madison Associate Professor Jason Fletcher. Professor Fletcher is a specialist in health economics, economics of education and child adolescent health policy with focuses in social network effects on adolescent education and health outcomes. Professor Fletcher will be giving a talk called, "Trends in Educational Mobility Across Time and Place in the Early 20th Century US."
The Inequality Seminar is a seminar and speaker series that provides a forum on campus for faculty and graduate students who are interested in inequality broadly defined. It is an opportunity for faculty and graduate students to present their research and to hear about other inequality-related work from researchers on and off-campus.
The Inequality Seminar meets Thursdays from 2:00-3:30 p.m., in W113 Seashore Hall. The schedule of talks can be found here.
If you are interested in hearing about future talks (which well be held each Thursday throughout the semester), provide your name and email address by clicking here.
If you have any questions about the Inequality Seminar, please contact Sarah Bruch at firstname.lastname@example.org.