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NYC program students with panelists, seated from left, Harold Bogle, Jennifer Murphy Hill, Susan Skerritt, Andrew Taylor.
NY Program Students, Alumni Gather for Wall St. Association Event

Hamilton’s semi-annual Wall Street Association meeting on Oct. 5 featured a discussion on the current state of the capital markets with a panel of alumni experts. The event at the Racquet and Tennis Club was moderated by Susan Skerritt K’77, P’11,  of The Bank of New York Mellon. Panelists include Harold Bogle ’75, P’14, Credit Suisse; Andrew Taylor ’88, JP Morgan Chase Co.; and Jennifer Murphy Hill ’87,  Bank of America Merrill Lynch.  More ...

New York Program students at Barclays Capital with Professor Erol Balkan, George Mack '93 and Alexandra Leighton '09.
NYC Program Visits Alumni at Barclays Capital

On September 21, students in Hamilton's New York City program visited the Barclays Capital building for a discussion hosted by Hamilton alumni George Mack ’93 and Alexandra Leighton ’09. Barclays Capital, located on 49th Street and 7th Avenue, is one of the world’s premier investment banks.  More ...

Stephen Wu
Wu Publishes Article on Fatalism and Savings

An article co-authored by Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu was published in the October issue of The Journal of Socio-Economics. “Fatalism and Savings,” written with Joel Shapiro of the University of Oxford, examines the impact of fatalism on the decision of whether or not to save.  More ...

Emily Conover
Conover Presents at Economics Conference

Assistant Professor of Economics Emily Conover was an invited speaker at the Impact Evaluation Network meeting that took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in August.  More ...

Emily Conover
Conover Gives Paper at Econometric Society Australasian Meeting

Assistant Professor of Economics Emily Conover presented a paper at The Econometric Society Australasian Meeting which was held in Adelaide, Australia, in July.  More ...

Noah Ford '13
Ford ’13 Studies Entrepreneurship Among U.S. Immigrants

Entrepreneurship among immigrants to the U.S. has a significant impact on the economy’s growth. Yet many economists don't study this particular facet of economic development in detail. Noah Ford ’13, a recipient of a 2011 Levitt Research Fellowship Grant, is exploring immigrant entrepreneurship with Professor of Economics Paul Hagstrom.  More ...

Derek Jones
Jones Co-authors Book Chapter

“Assessing Mondragon: Stability & Managed Change in the Face of Globalization,” a paper co-authored by Derek Jones, the Irma M. and Robert D. Morris Professor of Economics, has been published as a chapter in Employee Ownership and Shared Capitalism: New Directions in Research.  More ...

Ann Owen
American Public Media's Marketplace Interviews Owen

In advance of the Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s appearance before the House Financial Services Committee today, Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann Owen discussed the state of the economy, the European debt crisis and public expectations related to his testimony with American Public Media’s Marketplace reporter David Gura. The segment, titled “Bernanke heads to Capitol Hill,” was broadcast on July 13 on Marketplace Morning Report.  More ...

Stephen Wu
Wu Gives Paper at Western Economic Association Meeting

Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu presented a paper and was a discussant of another paper at the Western Economic Association Annual Meeting, held in San Diego from June 30-July 2.  His paper titled "Are Pregnant Women Happier? Racial Differences in the Relationship Between Pregnancy and Life Satisfaction was part of a panel titled "The Economics of Happiness."  More ...

Mihai Dohotaru '13
Dohotaru ’13 Studies U.S. Labor Market Trends

The Great Recession left a deep mark on the American economy, most notably on the labor market. While this market is recovering, progress is very slow and many Americans remain in search of a job. Furthermore, current labor market trends are highly unexpected, leaving many economists looking for a definitive explanation. Mihai Dohotaru ’13, a recipient of a Summer Levitt Research Fellowship Grant, will work toward the answer with Professor of Economics Christophre Georges over the course of his project “The Housing Bubble and the U.S. Labor Market after the ‘Great Recession.’”  More ...

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