[PAST EVENT] "Behavior and Policy During a Pandemic: HIV as an Historical Analogy" by Nick Papageorge, Ph.D.
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Please join us for a virtual talk on "Behavior and Policy During a Pandemic: HIV as an Historical Analogy" by Nick Papageorge, Ph.D., Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor, Economics, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Papageorge is the first speaker in our multidisciplinary speaker series on the COVID pandemic.
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Nicholas W. Papageorge is the Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University. His research focus is on human capital, broadly construed to include education, physical and mental health, socio-emotional skills and genetic endowments. He mainly uses large observational data sets to examine how people invest in their human capital. He also studies variation in the returns to different forms of human capital, for example, by employment sector, racial groups and socioeconomic status.
W&M FACULTY HOSTS: Peter Savelyev (Economics) and Jennifer Mellor (Economics and the Schroeder Center for Health Policy)
[[klmetcalfmeese, Kelly Metcalf-Meese]] at the Schroeder Center for Health Policy