Friday , April 28 2017
Home / Greg Mankiw / Worthwhile Canadian Initiative

Worthwhile Canadian Initiative

Summary:
My friend Joshua Gans alerts me to the following: The Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto is offering to help scholars and students impacted on by the new US immigration restrictions. We would like to hear from anyone who:  - Can no longer return to the US to continue their academic position or studies in a business, economics or related areas  - Students who have missed application deadlines for University of Toronto degree programs in business, economics or related areas but are concerned they will not be able to undertake studies in the US anymore  - Students and scholars who are facing temporary disruptions as a result of the new policies who may need a place in North America to continue their academic work. More information can be found here.

Topics:
Greg Mankiw considers the following as important:

This could be interesting, too:

Menzie Chinn writes Monthly GDP Estimates and a Nowcast

Tyler Cowen writes A Clark Award for economic history

Ricardo Hausmann writes Where to Build Trump’s Wall?

Tyler Cowen writes Thursday assorted links

My friend Joshua Gans alerts me to the following:
The Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto is offering to help scholars and students impacted on by the new US immigration restrictions. We would like to hear from anyone who: 
- Can no longer return to the US to continue their academic position or studies in a business, economics or related areas 
- Students who have missed application deadlines for University of Toronto degree programs in business, economics or related areas but are concerned they will not be able to undertake studies in the US anymore 
- Students and scholars who are facing temporary disruptions as a result of the new policies who may need a place in North America to continue their academic work.
More information can be found here.
0 0
Greg Mankiw
I am the Robert M. Beren Professor of Economics at Harvard University, where I teach introductory economics (ec 10). I use this blog to keep in touch with my current and former students. Teachers and students at other schools, as well as others interested in economic issues, are welcome to use this resource.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *