The research project examines the impact of changes in the United States’ international tax system on the employment and earnings of U.S.-based workers. The goal of the project is to better understand how policymakers can design international tax systems to help domestic workers.
In Seminar in International Trade (ECN 374), you will have the opportunity to study the theories of international trade, as well as to discuss and analyze trade policy issues and current research on international trade. Most important, you’ll conduct your own independent research under the guidance of Professor Utar and present your results
“It is important that young women who are pursuing degrees in economics hear from women in the field about opportunities and challenges,” said Mary Suiter, the St. Louis Fed’s economic education officer and an assistant vice president. “And it is crucial that these young women bring their perspectives, ideas, and talents to a profession that is still largely dominated by men.”
Book Release Celebration and Reading by Economics Professors Mark Montgomery and Irene (Tinker) Powell