Wayne State University

Samuel M. Levin Endowed Economics Award and Lecture 2017

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The Wayne State University College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the Department of Economics
invite you to the Samuel M. Levin Endowed Economics Award and Lecture

"HUMAN DECISIONS AND MACHINE PREDICTIONS"

Jens Ludwig is the McCormick Foundation professor
of social service administration, law and public
policy at the University of Chicago; director of the
University of Chicago Crime Lab; and co-director of
the University of Chicago Urban Education Lab. He
is an economist who works on urban policy challenges related to crime, education, poverty, housing and health.

Friday, March 31, 2017

1:00pm-3:00pm

Wayne State University
McGregor Memorial Conference Center 495 Gilmour Mall, Room BC
Detroit, MI 48202

Lecture and award presentation — reception immediately following.

The Samuel M. Levin Award, based on a competitive paper, will be given to an outstanding graduate student majoring in economics.

RSVP at specialevents.wayne.edu/levinlecture2017. For more information, contact Delores Tennille at 313-577-3347.

Parking available in Structure 1.$7.50 per car (credit card only).

McGregor Memorial Conference Center
495 Gilmour Mall
Detroit, MI 48202

For more information about this event, please contact Rochelle White at 313-577-2166 or rochellewhite@wayne.edu.