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Saturday, May 19 • 2:40pm - 4:00pm
Closing General Session: Panel "Putting our Research to Work"

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2:40-2:50 Please help yourself to food and beverage
2:50-3:00 Welcome to the Closing Session  Karen Duncan and Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head
3:00-3:05 Introduce Panel - Sheri Worthy 

3:05-4:00  Putting Our Research to Work
The closing session for the 2018 annual conference will focus on evidence-based policy with three panelists. There are two key topics for this session: (1) How policymakers use research data to make policy decisions, and (2) How academicians/researchers can get their research to policymakers. Presenters are Michael Price, Vanessa Perry, and David C. Kim

4:00 Thank you for Coming and Adjournment  MJ Kabaci and Sheri Worthy

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Karen Duncan

Associate Professor, University of Manitoba
My research focuses on the economic and financial security of families and individuals. I have continuing research interests in the areas of work-family interrelationships, consumer insolvency, families in business, and time use, and my most recent work explores the economic cost... Read More →

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David Kim

Associate Editor, Wiley
I'm responsible for the strategic development of the Journal of Consumer Affairs, in partnership with the ACCI. Ask me about increasing discoverability of your paper within our increasingly digital research environment.
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Vanessa Perry

Professor of Marketing, Strategic Management and Public Policy, George Washington University
Vanessa Gail Perry, MBA, PhD, is Professor of Marketing, Strategic Management and Public Policy at the George Washington University School of Business. Her research is focused on consumers in financial and housing markets, public policy, and marketplace discrimination, and has been... Read More →
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Michael Price

Professor, University of Alabama
Michael Price is a Professor at the University of Alabama in the department of Economics, Finance and Legal Studies. He was previously an Associate Professor of Economics in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies and a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic... Read More →

Saturday May 19, 2018 2:40pm - 4:00pm

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