Mission Statement
The Dartmouth Society of Investment and Economics (DSIE) is an undergraduate organization committed to promoting understanding of finance, economics, investment, and related areas on campus. The organization will hold weekly meetings to discuss current issues in the global economy, invite speakers to give talks on issues of interest, and hold panels to help provide students with information on recruitment at banks and other financial institutions.

Presentation on the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare)
The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act makes sweeping changes to health care financing, delivery, and access. The law includes an employer mandate to provide health benefits, an individual mandate to maintain health insurance, the introduction of health insurance exchanges and an expansion of Medicaid, and delivery system and payment reforms such as Accountable Care Organizations. Professor Colla will briefly describe each of these provisions and discuss recent research on the efficacy of Accountable Care Organizations.
Dr. Carrie Colla is Assistant Professor at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at Dartmouth Medical School and an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Economics. She is a health economist specializing in health insurance markets, insurance benefit design, provider payment, and the care and needs of the elderly. The event will be held Wednesday Oct. 17 at 7 PM in Rocky 1.

Ongoing Event- Hedge Fund Recruiting $5,000 Portfolio Management Competition
We have invited Upgrade Capital, a company that connects prospective hedge fund employers with talented students. Upgrade Capital is hosting its second three-month intercollegiate investing competition this fall. The competition is to be held on a proprietary platform featuring live market data and sophisticated performance analytics. In addition to being able to build up meaningful trading records, students will have a chance to interact with peers from across a dozen top-tier universities. Participants showing the best performance will have a chance to engage in on-going dialogue with hedge fund PMs. Top three competitors will split a $5,000 prize pool.

Students with little or no prior markets experience will be given access to specially developed educational materials. Those wishing to apply what they learn and write up trade ideas will be aided by mentors selected from among the most experienced students in the competition.