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Supreet Kaur, PhD│CHIBE/BCFG Research Seminar

September 19, 2024

| 12:00 pm ‐ 1:00 pm | Virtual
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Registration is required to attend this virtual seminar. To register, please visit:
https://upenn.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUkduiqpzkuGN2th3OKyyw1muVfCd7CtCdn.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Special thanks to our seminar co-sponsor, The Behavior Change for Good Initiative!

Supreet Kaur, PhD, is an associate professor (with tenure) in the Department of Economics at UC Berkeley. She is a development economist, with overlap in her work with behavioral and labor economics. The first strand of her research focuses on the functioning of labor markets in poor countries. Dr. Kaur’s work documents frictions in labor markets, studies the causes of unemployment, and examines the impact of inequality on labor productivity. The second strand of her research explores how psychological forces–such as the limits of human cognition and social norms–can affect individual behavior and market equilibria. By applying insights from psychology into economics, Dr. Kaur’s goal is to deepen our understanding of the causes and consequences of poverty.

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CHIBE, The Behavior Change for Good Initiative