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Economics students gain hands-on research experience in LEO’s fight against poverty

Author: Leigh Lynes

Categories: Undergraduate News, Research, General News, and Centers and Institutes

Economics students at the University of Notre Dame are contributing to the evidence-based anti-poverty research conducted by Notre Dame economics professors and research faculty at the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities (LEO). Through LEO’s internship program, students gain real-life experience in areas such as project management, data collection, statistical and econometric analysis, and research report writing.

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