Lifelong Lerner: Ceara Stewart

...my passion for economics by moving past the normal discussions of supply and demand and teaching me that economics really does make up all aspects of our lives in the...

Lifelong Lerner: Corey Gill

...in Paris was a truly magical experience. Lerner: What does being a “Lifelong Lerner” mean to you? Gill: Being a “Lifelong Lerner” truly does mean being a lifelong “learner.” There...

My Summer Internship: Nicole Lehner

...major, just because you may not get an internship offer in November like your friends in other business majors, that does not mean you should give up! It certainly does...

Lifelong Lerner: Jessica Gittleman

...My favorite place at UD is the Green. I love how everyone sits outside and does homework and chats while looking at the beautiful landscape. Sitting on the green is...

Burton Abrams

...“Does the Fed contribute to a political business cycle?”‘” Public Choice, 134, 2008. “Do Fixed Exchange Rates Fetter Monetary Policy? A Credit View,” (with Russell Settle) Eastern Economic Journal, Vol....

Advocating for LGBTQ Rights

...not be merely tolerated, but seen as a fund of necessary polarities between which our creativity can spark like a dialectic. Only then does the necessity for interdependency become unthreatening....

Lifelong Lerner: Aoyi Shu

...What does being a “Lifelong Lerner” mean to you? Shu: A “Lifelong Lerner” does not necessarily have to restrict oneself to formal learning like reading books or taking classes. I...

AMA with Tiffany & Co’s John Peterson

...that the tradition of Tiffany doesn’t get jeopardized. Question 3: How important has networking been for your career? Networking is absolutely critical for anyone’s career, and for mine, it was...

Women in Business

...disposal to help shatter the glass ceiling. Lerner: When and where does your student group meet and approximately how many members do you have? McNamara: WIB does not host regular...

Laura Field

...Economics 85, 65-101. “Does Disclosure Deter or Trigger Litigation?” with Michelle Lowry and Susan Shu, 2005, Journal of Accounting & Economics 39, 487-507. “Does Insider Trading Impair Market Liquidity? Evidence...