COVID-19 vaccine rollout – The tension between scale and speed and implications for corruption (International Seminar Series)
On Wednesday, May 5, ISU’s Dr. Rajeev Goel, professor of economics, will share his research on the tension between the scale and speed of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, and the implications for corruption.
This event is the final seminar in the Spring 2021 International Seminar Series Covid 19: International Perspectives, a collaboration between the ISU Office of International Studies and Programs and the Mennonite College of Nursing (MCN). Series coordinators are MCN Dean Judy Neubrander and Dr. Susana Calderon.
Seminar events are open to the public and include time for audience questions. Register in advance at http://tiny.cc/InternationalSeminars to be sent the event link.
To learn about other events in the COVID 19: International Perspectives Series, visit http://tiny.cc/InternationalSeminarInfo.