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    • From 2016 through 2020, Michigan State University was honored to host the American Economic Association Summer Training Program (AEASP), a national program that was created to increase diversity in the field of economics by preparing talented undergraduates for doctoral programs in economics and related disciplines. While at MSU, the AEASP was directed by Lisa D. Cook and Thomas Jeitschko (Directors), Antonio Doblas-Madrid (Co-Director), and Christine Moser (Associate Director, Western Michigan University) and coordinated by Kirstin Heard and Mary Wortley. Information about the current program is available through the American Economic Association program webpage.  Information about the program while hosted at MSU is available from Kirstin Heard (aeasp@msu.edu), Lisa D. Cook (lisacook@msu.edu), or Tony Doblas-Madrid (doblasma@msu.edu).

 
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