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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.
Radford University announced a landmark $8 million gift from Sandra C. Davis and William C. Davis as part of a campus-wide event held on Oct. 3, 2018.
Firm Night is an annual networking event sponsored by Radford University's Department of Accounting, Finance and Business Law. It gives students an opportunity to meet and communicate with accounting, business and finance firms.
For the past three years, Radford University Assistant Professor of Management Jaehwan Jeong has been working on problems that once were thought to be practically impossible to solve. He has developed new algorithms that may someday lead to a more effective ways to sort through large data sets.
Radford University welcomed the new freshmen class on Aug. 23 when move-in began on a perfect Thursday morning.
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 Associate Professor of Finance Abhay Kaushik’s research study, "Expense Ratios and Net Alphas of Large Cap Funds: Do Expenses Add Value?” has been accepted for publication in Financial Services Review.
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.