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Nebraska Labor Summit

Nebraska Labor Summit

Call for Papers

England-Clark Conference

The University of Nebraska Department of Economics will host the 2023 Nebraska Labor Summit at the College of Business in Lincoln, Nebraska, on April 14, 2023. The summit will focus on empirical research in labor economics and closely related fields.

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April 14, 2023
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Howard L. Hawks Hall, 730 N. 14th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska

Registration Opens in January 2023.

Call for Papers

We are now accepting submissions for the conference program. An abstract is required, and attaching or linking to a draft is strongly encouraged. The submission deadline is December 15, 2022. Accepted papers will be notified in January.

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Keynote Speakers

Anna Aizer
Anna Aizer
Anna Aizer
Maurice R. Greenberg Professor of Economics at Brown University

Anna Aizer is the Maurice R. Greenberg Professor of Economics at Brown University. She is a labor and health economist with interests in the area of child health and well-being. She is also co-director of the NBER's program on Children and the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Human Resources. Her current work considers the mechanisms behind the intergenerational transmission of poverty. In particular, she focuses on the roles played by health insurance and access to medical care, domestic violence, exposure to environmental toxins, the role of stress, discrimination in the labor market, job training and poor children's greater interaction with the juvenile justice system in explaining why the children of poor mothers are more likely to grow up to be poor themselves.

Christopher Walters
Christopher Walters
Christopher Walters
Associate Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley

Christopher Walters is an Associate Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. He is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, a Faculty Affiliate at the MIT School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative (SEII), an affiliate of J-PAL North America, and a co-editor of the American Economic Journal: Applied Economics and associate editor of the Journal of Political Economy. His research focuses on the topics in labor economics and the economics of education, including early childhood programs, school effectiveness, and labor market discrimination.

Schedule

Coming soon!
The schedule will closely follow the format of the 2022 England-Clark Conference.

Travel Acccomodations

Hotel

Lincoln offers a variety of hotels within walking distance of the College of Business. The closest hotels are in the Haymarket district or downtown Lincoln, and include Courtyard by Marriott, the Graduate Lincoln, the Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel, and the Embassy Suites.


Air Travel

Destination: Lincoln Municipal Airport (LNK)

Destination: Omaha Municipal Airport (OMA)
About 65 miles from campus or around an hour drive. Here are some options for getting from OMA to your visit in Lincoln:

  • Car Rental
  • OMALiNK: Arrange for a shuttle van to pick you up when you arrive at the airport and take you directly to campus. Prices vary.

Drive

When you drive to Lincoln, you'll have many options for parking near campus. See the nearby garages in the map below. (embed this parking map from this page?)

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Contact

Contact

Tannenbaum, Daniel
Assistant Professor of Economics
HLH 525 B
P.O. Box 880489
Lincoln, NE 68588-0489
402-472-2120

Contact

Timpe, Brenden
Assistant Professor of Economics
HLH 525 W
P.O. Box 880489
Lincoln, NE 68588-0489
402-472-6387