Ann Mari May (Ph.D. ’88) has published a new book, “Gender and the Dismal Science: Women in the Early Years of the Economics Profession” (Columbia 2022), a groundbreaking account of factors that excluded women from the field and why gender bias persists today.
Alumnus Shabda Gyawali (B.A. Economics ‘09, M.B.A. ‘11) returned to the CSU campus on October 20 to give a presentation on “The Role of Equity Fund in Sustainable Development in Developing Countries: View from Nepal.”
Joshua Zaffos | Additional content by Becca Simpson-Lee Justin Smith was touring London during a post-high-school gap year when he stumbled upon his future. After wandering the famed West End District, Smith found himself gazing at the iconic arch-framed entrance of the Old Building of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). “I […]
The recently reenergized Undergraduate Women in Economics (UWE) club hosted a virtual alumni panel last Thursday, April 1 to encourage more women to consider studying economics. Moderated by UWE student president Mya Wilson, who is a senior studying economics with a minor in business, the panel featured three recent graduates from CSU’s Economics department. Adiam […]
The Economics Department office will be operating remotely until further notice. Normal office hours will be in effect Mondays thru Fridays: 7:30 am-12:00 pm and 1:00-4:30 pm (MST). The office staff may be reached at 970-491-6324 or via email: CLA_Economics@colostate.edu If you need assistance from any other faculty or staff, you are welcome to contact […]
The Winter 2019/Spring 2020 edition of the CLA Magazine is now available for your viewing pleasure! The Liberal Arts Magazine showcases stories from faculty, students, and alumni on universal topics. In this issue, we apply the lenses of the liberal arts to place and space. Our department’s article highlights the work of Professor Stephan Weiler […]
Today Dr. Shulman turned the page on his ten years as department chair. He has served us well.
COIN: Finding tech workers still an issue, as is rising housing costs Certification schools, outreach to women, millennials boost qualified tech workforce When the Colorado Innovation Network published its first talent report in 2012, it noted a startling decline in students pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math. That’s still a concern, but COIN […]