You are all invited to a lecture by Tessa Conroy, an economist whose research is focused on women-owned businesses and other trends in entrepreneurship. Her work has been featured in both state and national media, including recently on Wisconsin Public Radio/Television.
Title: “Do as I Do: An Application of Discrete Choice with Social Interactions to Entrepreneurship”
Presenter: Dr. Tessa Conroy
Time & Location: Monday, March 19th, at 4:15pm in the Hatfield Room.
Abstract: Dr. Tessa Conroy is jointly appointed to the Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Center for Community and Economic Development with University of Wisconsin-Extension. She earned her PhD in Economics from Colorado State University in 2014. Her research and outreach focus on regional economic growth and development with particular emphasis on small business dynamics. Her research on women-owned businesses, job creation, entrepreneurship, and labor market trends have been featured in both state and national media, including recently on Wisconsin Public Radio/Television. Refreshments will be provided.
Sponsored by the Economics Department.
Name: Tabitha Knight