New England Study Group

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. 

Between September 2015 and June 2016, several NESG seminars are planned.

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.

Next Meeting

September 15, 2015

Christopher Avery, Harvard University Kennedy School
"Giving College Credit Where It Is Due: Advanced Placement Exam Scores and College Outcomes" pdf
(Joint work with Jonathan Smith and Michael Hurwitz, College Board)

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Upcoming Meetings

September 30, 2015 Jonathan Spader, Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies
"Can Neighborhood Revitalization Policies Lead to Lower Crime?" offsite
(Joint work with Jenny Schuetz and Alvaro Cortes)
November 5, 2015

Ronald Fisher, Michigan State University
"Perception of Gasoline Taxes and Driver Cost in California and Michigan: Implications for Highway Finance"  
(joint work with Robert Wassmer)

December 10, 2015 Antoniya Owens, Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University
"Common Core Implementation Strategies and Student Achievement on the New Assessments"
(joint work with Thomas J. Kane and William H. Marinell)

 

 

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NESG Links
Contacts
NESG Speakers and Topics

Kathy Bradbury
617-973-3192
katharine.bradbury@bos.frb.org

Bo Zhao
617-973-3061
Bo.Zhao@bos.frb.org

Registration and Logistics
Sue Torri
nesg.bos@bos.frb.org