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HOW TO CONTACT ME

Mailing address:
Department of Economics
Northwestern University
2211 Campus Drive
Evanston, Illinois 60208, USA

My office is Room 3371 in the Kellogg Global Hub Building

Telephone: 847-491-8241
Facsimile: 847-491-7001
e-mail: ipsavage@northwestern.edu



CURRICULUM VITAE



RESEARCH

Research on Transportation Safety

"The Economics of Transportation Safety" Leon. N. Moses Distinguished Lecture on Transportation, Northwestern University Transportation Center, October 29, 2013

View Hard Copy of Presentation [126 slides, 1.45 Mb PDF]

Listen to the Freakonomics Radio Podcast on automobile safety in which I am interviewed.

Research on Urban Public Transportation

Other Papers



TEACHING

Economics 355 - Fall Quarter 2019

  • Course Description
  • View the 2018 Syllabus [7 pages, 168 kb PDF]. The 2019 course will be similar to the 2018 offering.
  • Survey readings and articles on contemporary transportation issues will be available in Canvas, or as part of a free e-book available through Northwestern University Library.
  • A required course packet that includes lecture materials will be available in September from the Economics Department main office (2211 Campus Drive, room 3317). The cost will be about $20.


TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS MINOR

An interdisciplinary program available to all Northwestern undergraduates from any undergraduate school.

Read more about the benefits of taking the Minor [2 page, 223 kb PDF].

Read more about the course requirements [7 page, 147 kb PDF]

Syllabus for the TRANS 310 seminar.

See a list of the previous papers written for the TRANS 310 Senior Seminar.

Notes on how to format the TRANS 310 paper.

Administered by Northwestern’s renowned Transportation Center – one of the country's most prestigious academic and research centers dedicated to the study of transportation and logistics.

E-mail Program Director Professor Ian Savage to set up an appoint to discuss how you can become part of this great program.


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