UW-Green Bay Prof. John Stoll (Economics, Public and Environmental Affairs) gave a presentation entitled “CBA, Benefits Transfer, and the Cat Island Chain.” In the talk, he summarized work conducted with his former graduate student, Michael Hastreiter, performing an economic evaluation of the Cat Island Chain reconstruction in the Bay of Green Bay. The presentation was […]
UW-Green Bay Prof. John Stoll (Public and Environmental Affairs, Economics) is collaborating with a team of researchers to gauge the economic impact of Wisconsin fisheries. “We want to get an idea how much fishing is happening here, how much is happening from outside the region with people coming here, or even from out of state, […]
UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor Yunsun Huh (Democracy & Justice Studies, Dept. of Economics, Women’s and Gender Studies) has recently had a paper published in the top field journal, Feminist Economics. Her paper, “Gender Empowerment and Educational Attainment of U.S. Immigrants and Their Home Country Counterparts,” was first published online, and will later appear in the […]
Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies, has published a book titled “Macroeconomics: Basic Concepts and Principles for the High School Curriculum.” Printed by CAT Publishing Inc., a subsidiary of W.W.Norton, the book can be found by its ISBN number, 978-1-50226-673-8215.
Economist Thomas Nesslein, associate professor of Urban and Regional Studies, has been chosen to participate in a four-day intensive workshop focused on the poverty theory and policy analysis, sponsored and paid for by the Institute for Research on Poverty at UW-Madison. The event takes place May 26-29. Key topics to be presented include A Historical […]
The University Mace — a ceremonial staff signifying authority — will be carried to the stage Friday by the University’s most senior faculty member, Prof. Kumar Kangayappan, a faculty economist since 1968. As part of the ceremony, Kangayappan will remove from the Mace handle a scrolled parchment document signed previously by each of UW-Green Bay’s […]
If teaching at the same institution for 44 years isn’t enough to validate Prof. Ismail Shariff’s commitment to a University of Wisconsin-Green Bay education, consider that he also convinced his son, brother-in-law, and four grandchildren to attend UWGB before retiring in 2011.
Here’s a reminder: Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey on “Examining the Role of the University in Economic Engagement” if you haven’t already done so. The survey closes Oct. 31.
There were UW-Green Bay ties aplenty in a Thursday (July 3) jobs story from Fox 11 News. Reporter Bill Miston interviewed Associate Prof. Tom Nesslein for the economist’s perspective on the most recent federal and state employment numbers, and also talked to May 2014 Business Administration grad Alex Tilton, now employed at Green Bay’s Breakthrough […]
Honoria Huila, 100 years old, had a great seat for Saturday’s UW-Green Bay commencement. She watched from the concourse level, straight up from the stage, as great-grandson Youcef Boubenider received his bachelor’s degree in economics. (He joined her a few minutes after the ceremony for an impromptu family reunion.) Saturday’s event wasn’t the first university […]