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Economics Major in One Diagram

Economics Major in One Diagram

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Look What Some of Our Graduates Will Be Doing

Look What Some of Our Graduates Will Be Doing

Upcoming Graduates 2014: Dylan Martini will be doing Cancer Research next year during his gap year before applying to Medical School in the spring. Gregory Mooney will be working Full time in a rotational analyst program starting this summer at JP Morgan. Kristopher Woodcock will be working in the Private Client Group at Alliance Bernstein in NYC. Philip Barr will be working for J.P. Morgan Asset Management in NCY as part of the Asset Management Full-Time Analyst Program. Catherine Ziac will be working as a Global Markets Analyst at Nomura Securities in NYC. Emily Zangrillo will be a...

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What’s on Union’s Economics Alumni’ Nightstand?

What’s on Union’s Economics Alumni’ Nightstand?

The Financial Crises and the Free Market Cure by John A. Allison. Mr. Allison writes from firsthand experience as the former CEO of BB&T, a successful financial enterprise in the Southeastern United States. As I recall, he was CEO for at least 20 years. He is now the CEO of the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank in Washington DC which I have supported for several years. His writing is understandable and factual. He illustrates why the free market approach to solving financial problems is far superior to the government solving these problems which in most cases it created in the...

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Economics Support Center

Economics Support Center

Tutoring for Eco-101 students The Economics Support Center provides tutoring for ECO 101 students. Individual students or groups of students in ECO 101, ECO 241, ECO 242 and ECO 243 who request help in these courses should ask their instructors for information about how to contact individual tutors. Reminder: Don’t forget to bring your textbook Individual tutoring is available—please see your instructor for more information. FALL 2014 Schedule: Wednesdays and Thursdays 7:00 – 9:00 pm Lippman 100

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Message from the Chair Chair’s Corner, Fall 2014

Chair’s Corner, Fall 2014 I would like to welcome all students especially class of 2018 to the Economics Department. In this newsletter you will read about upcoming courses, receive some guidance for pre-registration, and learn about what is going on in the department. Let’s start with freshmen. If you have not yet taken Eco 101, you should plan to do so soon. We offer two sections in the winter and two more sections in the spring. If you already took Eco 101 you should consider taking one of our four 200-level electives that are offered in winter: Eco 225 Economics of Sin; Eco 226 Financial...

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