News for Faculty

Thursday, October 13, 2022

Margaret Insley named CREEA | ACERE Fellow

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Congratulations to Economics Faculty member Margaret Insley for being inducted as a Fellow to the CREEA |ACERE! Created in 2020, the title of CREEA|ACERE Fellow is conferred upon individuals who have advanced the profession of environmental and resource economics and made significant contributions to CREEA|ACERE and its operations.

Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Memorial University Professor visiting to conduct research

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Dr. Nahid Masoudi is an Associate Professor of Economics at Memorial University of Newfoundland whose research interests focus on Environmental and Resource Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Game Theory, and Public Economics. She will be visiting and collaborating with researchers in the Department of Economics for the next 4 months while on sabbatical from her position at MUN.

Monday, July 4, 2022

Congratulations Economics Undergraduate Award Winners!

Graduating Economics students are recognized for their hard work and dedication each year. There are several awards given out to students who have demonstrated outstanding work in their academic performance. The awards given are:

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

PhD Grad Sara Aghakazemjourabbaf and Margaret Insley featured in Science for Environment Policy

Research by Waterloo Economics PhD grad Sara Aghakazemjourabbaf and faculty member Margaret Insley has been featured in Science for Environment Policy, a news service published by the European Commission's Environment Directorate-General. The article recommends stringent environmental bonds to cover clean-up costs for mining waste.

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Professor Derek Stacey on housing affordability

On April 12, 2022, Professor Derek Stacey was on CBC Up North. In the interview, he discusses blind-bidding in the housing market, and he shares his thoughts on what open-bidding might mean for house prices and housing affordability.

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