The paper was published in an open access, refereed econometrics journal. In Professor Lady’s words: “Among other things we show, with considerable illustration, that multi-stage least squares as commonly practiced can “estimate” structural arrays that could not possibly have generated the data upon which the reduced form estimation is based.” Buck, Andrew and George Lady,.. read more →

22 Jun 2015
June 22, 2015

Michael Bognanno’s research highlighted

Our faculty member Michael Bognanno, chair of the department, had his research on executive pay highlighted today in the IZA World of Labor website. read more →

2014 Ph.D. alumnus James Bailey and Assistant Professor Douglas Webber published a concise and clear explanation of their recent research on health benefit mandates: Blog post by Bailey and Webber on health benefit mandate costs read more →

Professor Douglas Webber has been invited to testify in front of the U.S. Senate committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on May 20th. He will be speaking on student loan policy as part of the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act. More information here. read more →

11 May 2015
May 11, 2015

Alumni placements

The following economics majors are going to graduate school as shown below, on financial support from these schools: Katy Ascanio to Vanderbilt University Jillian Murray to Drexel University Also, Anessa Custovic, who holds a BA from Arcadia University but has taken supplemental economics and mathematics courses at Temple University, is going to the University of.. read more →