• Recent Bard economics alums (Juan Bages, Stergios Mentesidis, Ahnaf Khan and Nicolai Eddy) sharing their experiences with current students at a career advising panel organized by alumni and the Career Development Office at Morningstar, World Trade Center, NYC  Sept 2017
  • Simon Simoski '17 presenting his research on household-debt driven growth.  In the fall, he will join the Masters program at the Levy Institute at Bard.
  • Professors Mike Martell, Ani Mitra and Sanjay DeSilva at the annual picnic - May 2017
  • Prof. Pavlina Tcherneva with students at the annual program picnic - May 2017
  • Prof. Olivier Giovannoni, Nathan Reece and Arielle Weiner-Bronner discussing their research poster at the Bard Summer Research Institute 2014.
  • Eva-Marie Quinones '17 (joint economics and global and international studies major) presenting her research on economic factors that enabled the spread of far-right political parties in Western Europe. She will proceed to the Ph.D. program in political science at Yale this fall.
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2002

Wednesday, May 15, 2002

Talk on Child Labor in Bangladesh

Professor Mohommed Masum (of Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh) will speak on "Strengthening the Role of International Labour Standards Relating to Child labour in Bangladesh". Professor Masum has served as a consultant to the International Labor Organizationa, the government of Bangladesh and various other organizations. Olin Humanities Building 

Wednesday, May 15, 2002

Talk on Child Labor in Bangladesh

Professor Mohommed Masum (of Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh) will speak on "Strengthening the Role of International Labour Standards Relating to Child labour in Bangladesh". Professor Masum has served as a consultant to the International Labor Organizationa, the government of Bangladesh and various other organizations. Olin Humanities Building