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April 15: STATISTICS! EVERYWHERE! faculty panel

Posted by isulib on April 12, 2016

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April 15: Panel: Statistics are everywhere…what do we learn from them?

Posted by isulib on April 11, 2016

  • 4/15/2016 – Statistics are everywhere…what do we learn from them? (11-11:50am) Events Area

Join a panel discussion organized by Dr. Debra Israel and her Economics students. Learn some of the common mistakes in presenting facts and figures. Understand the difference between correlation and causation. Get insight into how two people can use the very same report and sound like they’re talking about completely different trends or facts.

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Jan. 28: Economics presents Woodrow Creason Memorial Lecture

Posted by isulib on January 25, 2016

Inaugural Woodrow Creason Memorial Lecture (4:00- 5:30 pm) Events Area

The Economics Department will host The Woodrow Creason Memorial Lecture, with guest speaker, Dr. Lynn Duggan, Professor of Labor Studies at Indiana University – Bloomington, will present “Production and Reproduction: Top-Down vs. Cooperative Population Planning.”

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ISU NEWS STORY PUBLISHED JANUARY 22 HIGHLIGHTS THE LIFE OF PROFESSOR CREASON

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