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Economist Rosemarie Fike will speak about gender differences in economics rights and the consequences of limiting choices for women at the fall Economics is Everywhere lecture on Oct. 25.
It has long been asserted that China’s undervaluation of its yuan is the main cause of a rising U.S. trade deficit. However, Economics Professor Nozar Hashemzadeh writes in his latest published research that the United States’ “strong dollar policy” has created major obstacles in reducing the country’s trade deficit with China and the rest of the world.
Middle and high school teachers found value in participating in the second annual Economics Teachers Conference, hosted by faculty in COBE’s Department of Economics.
Radford University’s College of Business and Economics is offering a graduate-level certificate in business analytics beginning in the fall semester.
Radford University Assistant Professor of Economics Can Dogan’s research paper “Google Trends and Structural Exchange Rate Models for Turkish Lira-U.S. Dollar Exchange Rate" has been accepted for publication in the Review of Middle East Economics and Finance Journal.
Radford University’s Department of Economics is offering its Economics Teachers Conference July 26-27. The two-day session is designed for secondary school educators who teach economics in Southwest Virginia schools.
Radford University’s College of Business and Economics (COBE) inducted 19 student members into its Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) honor society chapter in an April 26 ceremony at Kyle Hall.
The Virginia Association of Economists held its 2018 annual meeting at Radford University on April 5-6.
SMIPO colleagues journeyed to New York City in late March to participate in an annual financial forum for college students. They also had an opportunity to network with successful Radford University alumni and tour some of the city’s financial landmarks and institutions.
Radford University’s College of Business and Economics is offering two MBA courses in the fall semester at the Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center in Abingdon.