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Webinar: ISER and the Future of Its Research in Alaska

Join us for a webinar Tuesday, April 26 from 5 to 6:30 pm as a new generation of ISER researchers discuss the questions that fascinate them and the challenges of conducting social science and policy research in Alaska.

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Explaining Russia's Invasion of Ukraine: Online Seminar

The Institute of Social and Economic Research and the UAA Department of Public Policy and Administration are co-hosting a seminar with Dr. Chad Briggs on Thursday, March 24, from 12-1 pm.

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Changing Demographics in Alaska

Webinar: The Economic Implications of Changing Demographics in Alaska

All of the US is seeing significant demographic changes that will shape the workforce over the next 20 years, but these changes are especially significant in Alaska. Moreover, Alaska’s population is strongly influenced by migration to and from Alaska.

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Oil Wealth, Politics, and Corruption

Does oil corrupt? Alex James and Nathaly Rivera test this theory in a new paper on oil, politics and corruption published in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.

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2022 Alaska Economic Forecast Barometer

Guettabi to Present 2022 Alaska Economic Forecast

Alaska’s economy is in recovery mode, but how much optimism is warranted this year? Join ISER on January 26 from 12-1 pm for an online presentation with insights from economist Mouhcine Guettabi.

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