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May 25, 2021
The Department of Economics recognized Rasmussen for writing the best economics thesis of the year.
May 24, 2021
Nemecek's research explores the impact of technology use on the cognitive and noncognitive skills of elementary school students.
May 17, 2021
Rasmussen's research examines the motherhood wage penalty and if having a child is damaging to a woman's earning potential.
May 14, 2021
During The Econ Games collegiate competition, students analyzed data provided by the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and created economic policy recommendations.
May 14, 2021
The graduating class of Elon Business Fellows was honored during a Love School of Business ceremony.
May 10, 2021
Thirty-seven Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students were inducted into Elon’s chapter of the international economics honor society.
May 6, 2021
The school recognized nearly 100 students and faculty and staff members for their academic successes and leadership with academic achievement awards, Dean's Awards and endowed scholarships.
April 30, 2021
Assistant Professor of Economics Tonmoy Islam’s co-authored research is published in the Asian Development Review
April 28, 2021
Teams consulted for Seed Effect, analyzing data to assess the impact of the nonprofit organization’s microfinance initiative.
Pearl Sullivan ’21 and Casey DiRienzo co-author paper on elected women’s influence on education policy
April 20, 2021
Their research shows that a higher representation of women in office results in more spending on primary education. That influence is greater when women hold positions of veto power or ability to set a legislative agenda.