Story Categories: Economics Department

 
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September 8, 2016
Economics professor Utteeyo Dasgupta, psychology professor Amy Eshleman Behavioral economics is a relatively new field of academic study — and, beginning this fall, Wagner College is offering what may be the only undergraduate behavioral economics program in the United States. The program, several [...] Keep reading →
 
Relating to people was the most important part of Optzner's Peace Corps experience.
June 10, 2014
Relating to people was the most important part of Opotzner's Peace Corps experience. In 2011, Kelly Opotzner ’07 was living in Manhattan and working at Deutsche Bank, one of the world’s biggest investment banks. Before that, she had been with Morgan Stanley. The vast resources of the city and of [...] Keep reading →