Conferences

2012 Conferences

April 13, 2012:  Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics, co-hosted with the Lowe Institute of Political Economy and the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance. The Berger Institute sponsored the lunch keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Greenstone, 3M Professor of Environmental Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His talk was entitled “Can Adaptation Save Us From Climate Change?”

March 22-25, 2012:  The 4th International Conference on Adoption and Culture, Mapping Adoption: Histories, Georgraphies, Literatures, Politics. Co-hosted with the Alliance for the Study of Adoption and Culture and theIntercollegiate Women’s Studies of the Claremont Colleges.

2011 Conferences

April 15, 2011:  Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics. Co-hosted with the Lowe Institute of Political Economy and the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance.  The Berger Institute sponsored the lunch keynote speaker, Dr. David Card, Class of 1950 Professor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley;  Director, Center for Labor Economics, University of California, Berkeley; and  Faculty Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research.

2010 Conferences

April 16, 2010:  Southern California Conference in Applied Microeconomics.

2007 Conferences

March 24, 2007:  CMC Women in Real Life: The Work/Family Challenge. A first-ever conference for CMC women (and men) of all ages, stages, and choices, exploring the ways we struggle for balance on the work/family spectrum.

2006 Conferences

March 25, 2006:  Work and Families: Changing Realities, 23rd Annual Claremont Symposium.

March 16-17, 2006: Biology and Beyond: Siblings in Foster Care and Adoption Conference.

2003 Conferences

February 22, 2003:  Leadership in Work/Family Balance Conference.

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