The Micro-Economics Policy Seminar (MEPS) will take place on Tuesday (September 22) at 11:00 am. Our speaker this week will be Chris Woodruff (University of Oxford-Department of International Development) presenting “Information and Bargaining through Agents: Experimental Evidence from Mexico's Labor Courts.”
The Center for Micro-Economic Policy Research (CMEPR) announces the 8th year of its Micro-Economics Policy Seminar (MEPS) series. The Fall 2020 series will be conducted online in accordance with George Mason’s COVID-19 policies.
Seminars will be held on Zoom every Tuesday 11:00 am until noon. For the schedule, see cmepr.gmu.edu. Questions may be addressed to Professor John Earle (firstname.lastname@example.org).