Rochester Institute of Technology hosts its third annual Economics and Public Policy Conference from 8:30 a.m. to noon April 23 in the Louise M. Slaughter Building on campus.
The symposium focuses on student research in fiscal policy, third-world economics, alternative energy development and sustainable business and public policy. Topics include an analysis of government subsidies for alternative fuel vehicles and a study on methods used in forecasting terrorist acts.
The event, sponsored by the Department of Economics and the Department of Science Technology and Society/Public Policy, is free and open to the public and presenters will be available for interviews before and after their sessions.
WHAT: Economics and Public Policy Conference
WHO: Student researchers
WHEN: 8:30 a.m. to noon April 23
WHERE: Louise M. Slaughter Building, second floor, RIT Campus