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Maria Elisa Belfiori

Maria Elisa Belfiori

At the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Maria Elisa Belfiori (PhD ‘13, economics) studies the optimal design of climate policies. “With an average lifetime of 300 years, carbon dioxide emissions matter to unborn generations the most. That's why I study optimal climate policies that internalize both the economic externality and the intergenerational aspects of climate change." The Henry R. Sandor Fellowship in Environmental Economics fueled her studies at the U of M.
Portrait of Aradhya Sood

Bit by Bit

Are frictions in the land market hindering the growth of India’s manufacturing sector? Graduate student Aradhya Sood’s research hopes to find the link between land and slow growth in large-scale manufacturing.
Portrait of Doug and Jane Gorence.

The Gift that Gives to the Soul

Donors Doug and Jane Gorence often find themselves thinking about the future, asking questions such as “How can I continue to give?” and “How can we help prepare students to make lasting change in society?” Read on to find out why Doug and Jane Gorence choose to go above and beyond and donate to the University of Minnesota’s College of Liberal Arts.
Portrait of Joaquin Garcia-Cabo

A Tale of Two Contracts

Joaquin Garcia-Cabo came to the US with a prestigious master’s degree and an interest in macro and labor economics. As he completes his PhD program, his job market paper introduces a new model to understand the effects of firing costs on human capital accumulation, job cyclicality, and the persistence of job loss for Spanish workers. His research can be used to analyze the costs and benefits of future policies.

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