Kurt Semm is Junior Economist at the Institute of New Economic Thinking. Simultaneously, he is a Ph.D. Student at the New School for Social Research. He received his BA at St. John’s University in Literature and Economics and an MS from the New School for Social Research. His main areas of research are Ecology, Political Economy, and Water Resources. His research deals with water management and allocation, regional development, and equity, with a particular interest in the Southwest United States.
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Young Scholars Initiative Early Career Days, Second Session
As young scholars we are confronted with many challenges: publishing, teaching, the job market, work-life balance and institutional barriers, often we face these demands alone and without much institutional or even moral support.
Young Scholars Initiative Early Career Days
publishing • the job market • writing • teaching • mental health • work-life balance