Economic Conferences

Congratulations and good luck to economics students presenting their research at economic conferences this year. At the Eastern Economic Association Annual Conference in Boston, Theodosius Zotos will be presenting his paper, Is Macroeconomics Broken?, which is an analysis of the 2008 financial crisis. Christian Potter will be presenting his paper, The Economic Effects of a Nation Wide Cap and Trade Regulatory System. Parker Coon will also be presenting at the conference and Dr. Greenlaw will be the faculty advisor for the trip scheduled March 1, 2018. Allison Jakubek, Margaret Gallagher, Sarah Manugo, Christian Potter, Liam Missios, Zainab Imbabi, and Wyatt Priddy will be headed to Dallas this April. There Dr. Lee will join them as they present their research at the Economics Scholars Program. … [Read more...]

Meet and Greet with Richmond Fed

The Career Center will be hosting the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond for a 'Lunch and Learn' event on Thursday, March 1st from 12:30-1:30 in the University Center Capital Room. Pizza and Drinks will be served! They will be discussing its role in daily life, consumer accountability, and the JOBS available for UMW graduates. … [Read more...]

Issues in Political Economy: 2018 Information

Issues in the Political Economy is a student-run undergraduate research journal. For more information check out our page. January 15th, 2018- Submission deadline for presentation at IPE's 25th Annual Conference                                              email: IPE@lists.elon.edu January 31st 2018- Deadline for research paper submission (Volume 26)                                            email: EEA@lists.elon.edu February 16th, 2018- Deadline for presenters to email papers                                               email: EEA@lists.elon.edu March 2 -4, 2018- IPE's 25th Annual Conference held in Boston, MA at the Eastern Economic Association’s annual meeting: The Boston Sheraton.   Please review the guidelines before submitting your research papers   … [Read more...]

Meet Raymond Mataloni

The Economics Department of  The University of Mary Washington is proud to have Dr. Raymond J. Mataloni Jr. as an adjunct Instructor. Dr. Mataloni has taught Principles of Microeconomics (Econ 202) and Investment Analysis (Econ 322) at the College of Arts and Sciences for the past few years. As an alumnus of Mary Washington, Dr. Mataloni knows the value of a Mary Washington education and has unique insights that translate in the classroom. As an undergraduate at the University of Mary Washington, Dr. Mataloni received a BA in Business Administration. He then went on to attain a Masters in Economics from George Mason University and a PhD in Economics from American University with a specialization in International Economics. In addition to teaching, Dr. Mataloni is also the Assistant Division Chief for Research and Analysis, Balance of Payments Division, at the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. … [Read more...]

2017 Department Awards and Honors

This year's students that were honored with department awards are Victoria Sheil, Adam Smith Award Danielle Capra, Henry W. Heweston Award Jessica Marshall, James Harvey Dodd Award Brittany McBride, Fred E. Miller Memorial Scholarship Allison Jakubek, Richard George Allgaier Scholarship Congratulations Eagles!   Click here for more information on awards offered by the economics department … [Read more...]