5 July 2012
13.00-14.00, Verdon Smith Room, Institute for Advanced Studies, 1st Floor, Royal Fort House
Bashkar Mazumder, Benjamin Meaker Visiting Professor (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)
Bashkar Maxumder is a senior economist in the economic research department and executive director of the Chicago Census Research Data Center at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. As a member of the microeconomic team, Mazumder conducts research in labor economics, education and health. His recent research has focused on the long-term effects of poor health early in life. His research has been focused in three areas: intergenerational economic mobility; the long-term effects of poor health early in life; black-white gaps in human capital development. This paper is based on research conducted with Douglas Almond of Columbia University.
For further information, please contact Professor Sonia Bhalotra