This week’s episode of the Biophilic Solutions podcast features University Distinguished Professor Edward Barbier discussing his latest book, Economics for a Fragile Planet (Cambridge, 2022).
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.
As wind energy is occupying an increasingly large share of the energy landscape, a new study by Colorado State University economists and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows that more accurate wind forecasts over the last decade have netted consumers over $150 million per year in energy savings. The study is based on […]
University Distinguished Professor of Economics Dr. Edward B. Barbier will deliver a seminar on his forthcoming book Economics for a Fragile Planet on Thursday, March 10, as part of the economics department’s seminar series. The event, which is free and open to the public, will start at 4 p.m. in Clark Building A, Room 205. […]
The Department of Economics has announced details for the spring 2022 Seminar Series, featuring economists from across the globe presenting cutting edge research in a wide range of subfields. The following virtual seminars will be hosted on Zoom: Friday, February 11, 1-2 PM: Jayati Ghosh (University of Massachusetts Amherst), “Climate Responsibility and Industrialization: A New […]
The latest report from the Regional Economic Development Institute (REDI@CSU) is now available. “The State of Colorado Labor Unions: Patterns Across Time and Space” by Zachary Schaller and Sarah Thomaz Download Report PDF
The latest report from the Regional Economic Development Institute (REDI@CSU) is now available. “Fishers Peak State Park: Evaluating a New Natural Amenity in Southern Colorado” by Skyler Schuck and Josh Rudd Download Report PDF
by Becca Lee-Simpson This article was originally published in CLA Magazine’s Winter 2021-22 Issue. Ph.D. student Adam Walke spent 14 years in El Paso, Texas, before coming to CSU – and life at the border will forever shape the way he thinks about economics. “For me, there are basically two broad connections between borders and […]
Ph.D. candidate Ashish Sedai is featured on an episode of Ideas of India, a podcast that features young scholars entering the job market, to discuss his job marketing paper on the impact of piped drinking water on women’s employment. Full paper: “Piped Water: Welfare and Empowerment: Empirical Evidence From a Gendered Analysis in India.”
The Department of Economics is seeking to hire four Economics majors for paid research internships for the spring 2022 semester. Positions pay $15/hour for approximately 10 hours of work per week, up to $2,500 per internship. Spring research projects support CSU research centers on a variety of economics issues: High School Education Performance, assisting PAC@REDI […]