The New England Study Group (NESG) is a seminar series, held from September to June, hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Research Department. The seminars cover topics related to the New England economy and presented by researchers from universities and other research organizations. The series is open to the public and is intended to provide an interactive opportunity for interested Boston Fed employees, academics from area universities, government officials, and business and nonprofit actors to learn about new research.
Seminars meet at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, T-8 Jane Sneddon Little Seminar Room. Coffee and refreshments will be served at 3:30PM, presentation begins at 3:45PM, and meeting concludes at 5:00PM.
To attend the next meeting, please register below.
To be notified when registration is available for upcoming meetings please join the NESG distribution list. Registering for a single seminar will include you in the NESG email distribution list.
|February 23, 2016||John C. Brown, Clark University, and Saurav Katwal, Eastern Connecticut State University
"How Much is a Quality Education Worth? The Implicit Market for Elementary Schools in Worcester, MA"
|March 10, 2016||Antoniya Owens and Dan Thal, Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University
"Teaching Higher: Educators’ Perspectives on Common Core Implementation"
(joint work with Thomas J. Kane, William H. Marinell, and Douglas Staiger)
|March 29, 2016||Matthew Rutledge, Boston College Center for Retirement Research
"Job Polarization and Labor Market Outcomes for Older, Middle-Skilled Workers"
(joint work with Qi Guan)
|April 13, 2016||Matthew B. Ross, University of Connecticut
"Racial Disparities in Police Behavior: Theory and Evidence from Traffic Stops in Connecticut"
(joint work with Jesse Kalinowski, Ken Barone, and James Fazzalaro)
|May 3, 2016||Thomas Downes, Tufts University
“Evolution of Alternative Revenues in New England School Finance”
|May 17, 2016||Marios Michaelides, IMPAQ International
"Quasi-Experimental Impact Study of NFWS/SIF Workforce Partnership Programs: Evidence on the Effectiveness of Three Workforce Partnership Programs in Ohio"
(joint work with Peter Mueser and Kassim Mbwana)
Lisa Soricone, Jobs for the Future
“Systems Change in the National Fund for Workforce Solutions”