Khamis gives talk in New Haven and Uppsala

Melanie Khamis gave a talk entitled “Migration and the Labor Market: New Evidence from Mexico,” at the Macmillan Center for Latin American and Iberian Studies at Yale University on September 27.  She also gave a talk entitled “Personality, Gender, and the Labor Market” (joint work with  David Condon, Giovanni Hutchinson ‘19, Joyce Jacobsen, Laurence Levin, and … Read moreKhamis gives talk in New Haven and Uppsala

2018-19 Lebergott-Lovell prize announcement

The Wesleyan Economics department is pleased to announce the winner of the 2018-19 Lebergott-Lovell prize. The department awards this prize for the best paper written for a course in the academic year that uses empirical techniques to analyze an economic problem and is named in honor of the late Stanley Lebergott and Michael Lovell, who … Read more2018-19 Lebergott-Lovell prize announcement

Economics honors thesis poster session

The Economics Department hosted a wonderful poster session on May 9 showcasing our honors thesis students.   Top left: Maya Harlan, “Biopsychosocial Factors and Context Effects on Gendered Differences in Risk Tolerance,” advised by Damien Sheehan-Connor Top right: Giovanni Hutchinson, “The Labor Market Trifecta: Race, Gender, and Personality,” advised  by Joyce Jacobsen Bottom left: Will … Read moreEconomics honors thesis poster session

Economics Department prizes, 2019-20

The Economics Department is proud to announce the recipients of prizes for the 2018-19 academic year. Wilde Prize: In honor of Mr. Frazar B. Wilde, Chairman Emeritus of the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company (died 1985), who throughout his professional career was keenly interested in not only the highest standards of responsible professionalism in business, but … Read moreEconomics Department prizes, 2019-20

ECON scholar-athletes named to honor society

Four ECON majors on the Wesleyan football team were named members of the 2019 National Football Foundation (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society, as announced by the NFF & College Hall of Fame. The Hampshire Honor Society is comprised of college football players from all divisions who have maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher throughout … Read moreECON scholar-athletes named to honor society

ECON student athletes recognized for prowess on and off the field

The Economics Department is proud of our student-athletes who have been recognized by being named to New England Small College Athletic Conference’s Fall 2018 All-Academic team. To be honored, an individual must have reached sophomore academic standing, and be in good standing in their sport with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.50 … Read moreECON student athletes recognized for prowess on and off the field