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.

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-locked Willis from his Die Hard

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 expert on the subject.

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

Business researchers provide insights on public perception related to trending changes 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
Dr. Todd Cherry, professor of economics at Appalachian, conducts research on climate policy

Economics professor's research contributes to major U.N. report. Nov 28, 2018

Research from faculty members in the Department of Economics at Appalachian State University has informed the ninth annual...

Faculty, Dept - ECON, Research, Front Page
Preston MacDonald with his research poster at the 2018 State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium

Business majors present at Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium Nov 15, 2018

Appalachian State University seniors Luis Rangel, Myles Grady and Preston MacDonald traveled...

Students, Front Page, Research, Centers - CARE, Dept - FIN, Dept - ECON
Annie Love

Annie Love reminds Appalachian business students to take advantage of career services Nov 14, 2018

Appalachian State University's business career services office in the BB&T Student Leadership Center is full of inviting and...

Centers - BB&T Student Leadership Center, Staff, Alumni, Dept - ECON, Front Page

Mechanical Turk info session planned for November 16 Nov 12, 2018

Appalachian State University economics professor Dr. Dave McEvoy will host a session explaining Amazon's Mechanical Turk (MTurk) on Friday,...

Faculty, Dept - ECON, Events
Appalachian State University Research

NSF grant funds Appalachian research on the effects of too few zzz’s Oct 22, 2018

BOONE, N.C. — How does missing a good night’s sleep affect a person’s decisions and interactions with others during their waking life?

Faculty, Research, Front Page, Dept - ECON
Soldiers raise the flag for the National Day at the Tian'anmen Square in Beijing, October 1, 2017 Source: Xinhua

Cross-disciplinary symposium on China in the Age of Reform Sep 17, 2018

"Awakening the Dragon: China in the Age of Reform, 1978-?"
Thursday, September 27, 2018
5 p.m.
...

Dept - ECON, Dept - CISSCM, Faculty, Events
Walker College economics professor's research helps rank impact of outdoor adventure

Walker College economics professor's research helps rank impact of outdoor adventure Sep 6, 2018

Research from Walker College economics professor John Whitehead was recently used to rank the economic impact of outdoor...

Faculty, Dept - ECON, Research, Front Page