Dept - ECON

Eric Cheek ’18, Quantitative Geoscience major and Carly Maas, senior, Quantitative Geoscience major, measuring stream discharge in Boone Creek. Photo by Dr. William Anderson.

Survey respondents willing to pay for stormwater management and reduce negative effects from runoff Jun 11, 2019

Using the Boone Creek watershed that runs through Appalachian State University’s campus as a laboratory, an interdisciplinary research team at Appalachian has been studying impacts from stor

Front Page, Dept - ECON, Research, Sustainable Business
McEvoy named associate dean for undergraduate programs and administration in the Walker College

McEvoy named associate dean for undergraduate programs and administration in the Walker College May 28, 2019

The Walker College of Business (WCOB) at Appalachian State University has named Dr. Dave McEvoy, associate professor in the college's...

Faculty, Walker College News, Dept - ECON, Front Page
Walker College announces inaugural recipients of Dean's Club Research Prize

Walker College announces inaugural recipients of Dean's Club Research Prize May 7, 2019

During the 2019 G.A. Sywassink Day of Excellence, four Appalachian State University business professors earned the first-ever ...

Faculty, Dept - MKT, Dept - MGT, Dept - ECON, Sustainable Business, Research, Front Page
Charles Herst, Reed Morris, Kali Smith

Walker College of Business students receive full-ride scholarships to Hong Kong Baptist University Apr 17, 2019

Three Appalachian State University students have received full-ride scholarships to pursue their master’s degrees at Hong Kong Baptist University...

Students, Scholarships, Dept - MGT, International, Front Page, MBA, Dept - ECON
Brian Murray

2019 Workman Distinguished Lecture Apr 3, 2019

2019 Workman Distinguished Lecture
Energy Transitions, Carbon Pricing and the Green New Deal
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Events, Sustainable Business, Dept - ECON
Economics professor's research suggests lack of sleep reduces voter turnout

Economics professor's research suggests lack of sleep reduces voter turnout Mar 6, 2019

Insufficient sleep is a health concern, and its effects reach beyond physical health. While a lack of sleep is known to negatively impact some...

Faculty, Dept - ECON, Front Page, Research
Many men would pay thousands to re-grow their hair

Economists figured out just how much men will pay to end baldness Feb 15, 2019

Let’s say a man who’s bald as bowling ball, à la Bruce Willis today, has the opportunity to re-grow those locks so as to resemble a more luscious...

Research, Dept - ECON
Wallet Hub Dr. Groothuis

Economics professor's advice on the best and worst cities for football fans Feb 6, 2019

Wallethub recently posted an article presenting research on 2019’s best and worst cities for Football fans and cited Dr. Peter Groothuis as an...

Dept - ECON, Faculty
Business researchers provide insights on public perception related to stormwater runoff

Business researchers provide insights on public perception related to stormwater runoff Jan 28, 2019

Research from professors in Appalachian State University's Walker College of Business provides insight on public concern about stormwater...

Research, Dept - ECON, Sustainable Business