The College of Arts and Sciences has a busy schedule of events coming up between now and the end of the semester. Coming up this Monday and Tuesday is this year’s CAS Colloquium titled, “Thinking About the Book,” with a wide variety of lectures and events by SIUE faculty will look at the role of [...]
Economics and finance department chair John Navin recently presented research on tax exportation.
Tax exportation, according to Navin, is how state and local governments “design their tax system so that the taxes are paid by people who don’t live there.”
Navin presented his research earlier this month in Carbondale to the SIU Carbondale economics department, as well [...]
Professor T.R. Carr
From September 10 until September 14, Economics Professor and MPA Program Director Dr. T.R. Carr will be at the University of Latvia and Riga Stradins University’s Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Latvia. While in Riga, Carr will make presentations concerning decentralized healthcare policy and delivery, and he will additionally be meeting with [...]
From left, Dr. Rik Hafer and Dr. Ari Belasen. Photo courtesy of SIUE Marketing and Communications Department.
Economics and Finance Research Professor Dr. Rik Hafer and Assistant Professor Dr. Ari Belasen have recently published an article in the journal Intelligence entitled “Well-being and economic freedom: Evidence from the States.” In their findings, Hafer and Belasen have [...]
SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences Departments of Public Administration – Policy Analysis (PAPA) and Economics recently put the final touches on a cost benefit analysis that will hopefully increase employment opportunities, recreational opportunities, and decrease emissions in the region, according to T. R. Carr, professor of PAPA.
T.R. Carr, professor of public administration and policy [...]