"Employment Discrimination of Chinese Unmarried Women" by J. Huang (2017)
"Beyond The Legalization Of Marijuana: Economics Of Marijuana As A Drug And Herbal Supplement" by R. Freer (2017)
"The Education Lorenz Curve: Exploring Education and Social Mobility in a Lorenz Curve Framework" by N. Alexander (2014)
"A Review of the Buffer Stock Theory of Saving" by J. Hossain (2014; co-chaired)
"The Rise of the Dark Side: Dark pool trading and the two-tiered implication" by K. Mills, J.D. (2014)
"The Reliability of Chinese Economic Statistics" by L. Yu (2014)
"Is there a housing bubble in China?" by Y. Wu (2012)
"Inequality and the 'Coastal' Cities" by P. Compton (2012)
"Cascading Failures and Fundamental Uncertainty: Divergence in Financial Risk Assessment" by A. Spray (2012)
Presented at the Western Social Science Association's annual meetings in Denver, 2013.
"Structured Finance" by B. Fahey (2011; co-chaired)
Fahey, Brian (2013), "A critical review of neoclassical modeling techniques in structured finance," Journal of Post Keynesian Economics 35, no. 3: 319-340.
"Are MBAs and Master's Degrees Worth It? A Discussion of Wages, Job Security, and Business Cycles" by C. Foley (2011)
"Modern Slavery: A Regional Focus" by A. Gould (2010)
"It is Expensive to be Poor: Equity in Financing Education in Turkey (2004-2012)" by E. Murvanidze (2017, committee member)
"Health Equity in Financing Healthcare: The Turkish Case (2003 - 2013)" by Mete Özçörekçi (2016; committee member)
"The Effects of Foreign Aid for Health on Health Outcomes in Developing Countries" by L. Burfeind (2014; committee member)
"The Climate Emergency & the Global Need for Climate Stabilization: The Role of Energy Efficiency in Climate Policy" by A. Laughlin (2014; committee member)
"When Government Waste is Publicly Preferred" by C. Stiffler (2013; committee member)
"The Role of Private International Financial Capital Flows in Support of Development for Emerging Market Countries" by J. Reuter (2013; committee member)
"Specialty Service Lines in the US Hospital System: Old Wines, New Bottles" by M. Sajovetz (2011; committee member)
(required for BA and all Business majors)
A basic principles course with an atypical emphasis on the history of ideas and some economic history.
(required for BA)
The objective of this course is for students to leave with an in-depth understanding of the insights brought to light by Piketty’s best-selling Capital in the 21st Century, the controversies around his book, and its relevance for the economic and political present. (More about the Advanced Seminar requirement at DU.)
(required for MA)
(required for MA)
(highly recommended elective for MA)
An ambitious 10-week micro/macro survey course at the intermediate undergrad level that was required for one of the two degree tracks offered before 2012.
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