Genevieve Briand
Genevieve Briand
Genevieve Briand is the Assistant Director for MS in Applied Economics program. She has taught for the Applied Economics Program since summer, 2015, and currently teaches Microeconomic Theory, Statistics, and Econometrics. She has many years of experience teaching numerous and varied economics and statistics courses. Her fields of interest are microeconomics and econometrics. Previously, she was an Instructor at the University of Idaho, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Economics at Washington State University, and a tenured Associate Professor at Eastern Washington University. She received her PhD from Washington State University.Source
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Why So Many Middle-Aged Deaths in 2021? ⋆ Brownstone Institute

Why So Many Middle-Aged Deaths in 2021? ⋆ Brownstone Institute

Ordinarily, it would be best to put the whole Covid nightmare behind us and move on. This might be one of the rare exceptions, for…In a previous era, or in a previously credible medical journal, an argument for coercion to support a medical procedure would have required very high…The greater the distrust, the greater the fear of sanctions. But the greater the fear of sanctions, the more those objecting to vaccinate were adamant…Why is there so much focus on Pfizer in public discussion of the Covid vaccine market, virtually to the exclusion of BioNTech and even in…BROWNSTONE INSTITUTE2028 E...

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