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Transmission Of Information Within Transnational Social Networks: A Field Experiment
February 19, 2015 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Social Science Faculty Lecture Series You are invited to a Faculty Lecture from Dr. Natalia Candelo Londono (CUNY-Queens College).
When: Thursday February 19th at 1 pm Where: N601A
Prof. Londono (Assistant Professor at CUNY Queens College, Economics) graduated from the University of Texas–Dallas (2012) with a specialization in experimental and behavioral economics. Her research uses field experiments to investigate economic decision-making by low-income populations. She has conducted field experiments in Bogota, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Lima, Montevideo, and San Jose de Costa Rica, in 11 rural villages and Ocampo in Mexico, as well as in multiple low-income neighborhoods in the U.S.