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Welcome First REDA Class

Eighteen students joined the inaugural class of AAE's new professional master's in Resource and Energy Demand Analysis (REDA) this fall. Next June, they will be ready to enter a growing workforce of analysts who can advance initiatives to conserve energy or manage water and land resources in a variety of organizations.

UW–Madison to open Federal Statistical Research Data Center

Interdisciplinary research with the potential to inform policymaking will receive a huge boost Sept. 21 with the dedication of a new University of Wisconsin-Madison Federal Statistical Research Data Center, or FSRDC, on the UW campus. AAE’s Brent Hueth is the Executive Director of the Center. The data enclave, the only such facility in the state, makes Wisconsin part of a revolution in social science research in which growing access to individual records for economic and household censuses, linked to public administrative data, has the potential to significantly improve the evidence base on the effectiveness of public policies and programs.
Thank you to alumni and friends who have generously supported AAE!
Private gifts help us attract top faculty and graduate students, support promising undergraduates and host scholarly activities. Gifts of any size are gratefully received. All our funds welcome contributions and bequests from alumni, friends, corporations, and foundations.
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University of Wisconsin Foundation
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REDA Professional Master’s in Resource and Energy Demand Analysis
AAE’s 10-month, professional master's program provides training in the economics, analytical methods and quantitative tools needed to design, manage, and evaluate programs to conserve energy, water and other natural resources.
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AAE Events

October 15 - 3:45pm
Development Economics Workshop
Laura Schechter -
October 16 - 12:00pm
Department Seminar
Dustin Frye - Transportation Networks and the Geographic Concentration of Industry
October 21 - 12:00pm
Applied Economics Workshop
Corbett Grainger - Strategic Regulator Behavior: Ambient Pollution Monitoring
Last updated on Mon, Sep 14, 2015 4:14pm