Meaningful Economics competition makes economics fun

...center in the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics. For 31 years, ME* has provided an opportunity for third-, fourth- and fifth-graders to apply classroom economics...

Matthew N. White

...(dissertation), 2012 Bruce Hamilton Award, (seminar performance), 2011 Joel and Monia Dean Award, (undergraduate teaching), 2010 Patricia and Eugenio Castillo Award, 2009 Curriculum Vitae Download Matthew N. White’s CV (PDF)...

Bintong Chen

...College of Business and Economics, University of Delaware, 2013, 2018 Outstanding Scholar Award, Lerner College of Business and Economics, University of Delaware, 2018. Curriculum Vitae Download Bintong Chen’s CV (PDF)...

Beware of Black Friday deals that can make you spend more

...credit deals and how they can lead to fallacious thinking in consumers. Cheng and Cryder explain in their paper, “Double Mental Discounting: When a Single Price Promotion Feels Twice as...

Enhanced Support for Entrepreneurs

...to commercialization. In addition, being matched with experienced advisers from the chemical industry provided access to strategic feedback on topics, such as price negotiations, team dynamics and business-to-business relationships. “Taking...

How the blockchain will impact the financial sector

Republished with permission from Knowledge@Wharton, the online research and business analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Cryptocurrencies and their underlying blockchain technology are being touted...

Tackling the 2020 Economic Forecast

...the 2020 presidential campaigns and election and the growing fear of artificial intelligence replacing human workers. 2020: Time for Change in the Labor Market In his keynote address, Harker shared...

What is the economic forecast for 2019?

...immigration. 2019: A Year of Transitions Loretta J. Mester “If I had to choose a banner headline, I would characterize 2019 as a year of transitions, for the economy, for...

Lerner Graduate Student Stories: Sarah Oswald

...Professor Smith’s class. She showed us ways to stop ourselves from being artificially limited. I appreciate the lessons we learned in her unconventional class. Reusables vs Disposables: Plastic Bag Drive...