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School of Economic Sciences Hayley Chouinard

EconS 529 – Research Methods

Spring 2017

Monday 12:10-1:00
Hulbert Hall 23

Course outline

Readings and notes

Assignments

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Contact Info

Hayley Chouinard

203D Hulbert Hall
509-335-8739
chouinard@wsu.edu