posted on December 9, 2014
MSI Principal Investigator Samuel Myers, Jr., a professor at the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs, is the latest recipient of the Samuel Z. Westerfield, Jr. Award from the National Economic Association (NEA). The award will be presented at the organization’s annual meeting in January 2015. The Westerfield Award is the NEA’s highest honor.
Professor Myers specializes in research concerning social policies and their impact on the socially disadvantaged. He uses MSI to support his research, including a project to study mortgage-lending discrimination and a study of responsible banking in the Twin Cities. See more on the Humphrey School’s website.