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About Rizwan Kazi
Hello! I'm Rizwan, a student at Columbia University born and raised in New York City double majoring in Mathematics and Economics. Right now, I'm researching housing policy at the Center on Poverty and Social Policy at Columbia and extensive-form rationalizability at Columbia's Department of Economics.
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Hey Adina! I completely agree; I think the near-peers that we've had access to were so approachable and really provided a lot of insight.
- What new ideas, challenges, or other issues have you encountered with regard to your project (this might include data collection, information that contradicts your assumptions or the assert...
I really can't wait to read your paper; growing up in a South Asian household, I've been exposed to Indian and Bengali literature through the bedtime stories my mom and dad would read me, but wi...
I expect to be publishing the paper I am writing right now and the research at large would be playing a role in my faculty mentor's book. I hope to continue this research over the next couple of...
I definitely get your second point on the lack of alternative viewpoints. In many ways, I think economics ends up being like an echo chamber, as different schools of economics have fundamentally...
- What are some of the ethical issues that you are grappling with in your research? What are some of the ways in which you are responding to these questions?
My research deals wit...
I completely feel for your second point: I feel grossly unprepared to take on the research project I'll be working on for the next couple weeks. But I'm not worried: I'm actually really excited ...
This week's leadership workshops brought out the various styles of leadership that come together for better practices. I found it really interesting that there are so many specific ways of being...