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Lecture by Ed Glaeser - transportation topic (April 26, UC Berkeley)

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  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal
    ... From: M. K. Cocoma Date: Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 6:00 AM Subject: Please RSVP for the Martin Wach Lecture by Ed Glaeser - Thurs. April
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      From: M. K. Cocoma <mcocoma@...>
      Date: Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 6:00 AM
      Subject: Please RSVP for the Martin Wach Lecture by Ed Glaeser -
      Thurs. April 25th 4:000pm - 112 Wurster Hall

      You are invited to the 7th Annual Martin Wachs Distinguished Lecture
      in Transportation

      Lecture by Edward Glaeser

      Thursday, April 25, 2013
      Lecture: 4:00 - 5:00pm, 112 Wurster Hall, UC Berkeley
      Please RSVP to Morgan Velarde (mvelarde@...) by April 22, 2013

      Edward Glaeser is currently the Fred and Eleanor Gimp Professor of
      Economics at Harvard Kennedy School., He also serves as the director
      of both the Taubman Center for State and Local Government and the
      Rappaport Institute for Greater Boston. He studies the economics of
      cities, and has written scores of urban issues, including the growth
      of cities, segregation, crime, and housing markets. He has been
      particularly interested in the role that geographic proximity can play
      in creating knowledge and innovation. Glaeser is also the author and
      co-author of over forty publications, including online and print
      material. At Harvard he teaches urban and social economics and
      microeconomic theory. His work focuses on the determinants of city
      growth and the role of cities as centers of idea transmission. This
      lecture is funded by the Martin Wachs Distinguished Lecture in
      Transportation Fund.

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      About the Martin Wachs Distinguished Lecture in Transportation Lecture

      Now in its seventh year, the annual Wachs Lecture draws innovative
      thinkers to the University of California to address today’s most
      pressing issues in transportation. Created by students to honor
      Professor Martin Wachs upon his retirement from the University, the
      lecture rotates between Berkeley and UCLA, the campuses at which Marty
      taught. Marty’s commitment and integrity as a scholar, professional,
      and educator have profoundly affected his students, peers, colleagues
      and friends.
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