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Economics Faculty Publish Articles

“More Information Isn’t Always Better: The Case of Voluntary Provision of Environmental Quality,” a paper by Professors of Economics Ann Owen, Julio Videras and Stephen Wu, was published in the July issue of the journal Economic Inquiry.  More ...

Seven Faculty Members Promoted to Professor

Dean of Faculty Patrick Reynolds announced the promotion of seven Hamilton faculty members to the rank of professor. Mark Bailey, computer science; Kevin Grant, history; Elaine Heekin, dance and movement studies; Seth Major, physics;  Robert Martin, government; Joseph Mwantuali, French; and Stephen Wu, economics,  were promoted effective July 1.  More ...

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Only a Game Features Weir '12 and Wu NFL Study

Only A Game, an award-winning weekly sports magazine broadcast by National Public Radio, featured an interview with Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu about his and senior Kendall Weir’s study, “The Effects of Character on NFL Draft Status and Subsequent Performance.”  More ...

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AP Article Features Weir '12 and Wu Research

“A provocative new study suggests an almost surefire way for any GM to maximize the value of his pick: Choose a player who's already had a run-in with the law,” wrote Associated Press sports columnist Jim Lidke. His assertion referred to statistics reported in a thesis written by Kendall Weir ’12 under the direction of Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu. The article, "Undecided who to draft? Scan his rap sheet" was published on April 19 and has appeared in dozens of publications and media sites across the country.  More ...

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Wu Invited Speaker at Williams College

Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu discussed his recent work on the economics of happiness in an invited lecture on March 13 at Williams College. The lecture was for Williams’ Class of 1960 Scholars Seminar.  More ...

Economics Faculty Co-Author Environmental Economics Article

Four Hamilton economics professors published “The influence of social relationships on pro-environment behaviors” in the January issue of the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. The article was co-authored by Associate Professor of Economics Julio Videras, Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann L. Owen, Assistant Professor of Economics Emily Conover and Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu.  More ...

Economics Faculty Contribute to International Teaching Text

Three members of Hamilton’s economics department were invited to contribute chapters to the International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics, edited by Gail M. Hoyt and KimMarie McGoldrick.  Ann L. Owen, Stephen Wu and Elizabeth J. Jensen authored chapters.  More ...

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USA Today Reports on Economists' Study

An article titled “Study: Does enduring extreme weather make you vote liberal?,” appearing on the USA Today website on Dec. 30, reported on a study written by four Hamilton economists. Henry Platt Bristol Professor of Economics Ann Owen, Assistant Professor of Economics Emily Conover and Associate Professors of Economics Julio Videras and Stephen Wu co-authored the study, “Heat Waves, Droughts, and Preferences for Environmental Policy.” The Weather Channel also reported on the study on Jan. 2.   More ...

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Wu Co-Authors Paper in Review of Economics and Statistics

Associate Professor of Economics Stephen Wu's paper "Well-Being Across America" (co-authored with Andrew Oswald, University of Warwick) has been published in the November 2011 issue of the Review of Economics and Statistics (volume 93, number 4, pages 1118-1134).  More ...

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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 ...

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