Entries tagged with ‘economics and management’

Sheng Yang (Economics and Management)

Sheng Yang published an article “Exchange Rate Dynamics and Stock Prices in Small Open Economies: Evidence from Asia-Pacific Countries,” in The Pacific-Basin Finance Journal. The study investigates the short-run and long-run dynamics between exchange rates and stock prices and the path through which monetary policy shocks impact on these markets in four small open economies […]

Marta Podemska-Mikluch (Economics and Management)

Marta Podemska-Mikluch’s “Entrepreneurship” chapter, written for the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics is now available on the Springer website. The essay explores the causes for the relative absence of entrepreneurship in the economics literature and reviews the key differences and commonalities of the three emerging approaches. In the spring semester Podemska-Mikluch worked with Emily Knutson […]

Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management)

Kathy Lund Dean has published two articles examining the increasing impact of the scholarship of teaching and learning on scholarly production as a whole. One was published in the Journal of Education for Business, the other in the Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. In addition, three of Lund Dean’s articles published in the Journal […]

Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management)

Kathy Lund Dean and her colleagues presented a paper at the OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators entitled, “Just because we can doesn’t mean we should: Ethics in experiential learning.” In the paper they make the argument that moving from passive to active learning techniques requires specific skills that are rarely taught and supported, and […]

Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management)

Kathi Tunheim has been selected to be a Thrivent Fellow for 2017-18. This is a year-long leadership development program for faculty and administrators at colleges and universities in Lutheran higher education.

Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management)

Kathi Tunheim gave two invited seminars recently. The first was to ELCA Southwest Synod church leaders with Rev. Dr. Bill Nelson, “Strategic Visioning: Energizing and Mobilizing your Congregation,” on January 21, 2017. The second was to 40 high-potential women leaders at Federated Insurance in Owatonna on February 8, 2017 entitled, “Women in Leadership: Work/Life Balance […]

Marta Podemska-Mikluch (Economics and Management)

Marta Podemska-Mikluch published a co-authored paper in Review of Political Economy entitled Economic Coordination across Divergent Institutional Frameworks: Dissolving a Theoretical Antinomy. The paper follows Albert Hirschman’s seminal “Exit, Voice, and Loyalty” in the search for a broader understanding of social coordination, beyond price coordination typically explored in economics. Specifically, Podemska-Mikluch and Wagner explore how […]

Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management)

An article by Kathy Lund Dean and her co-author Charles Fornaciari (LaSalle University) was featured in Sage Publications’ annual free access promotion for November and December, for the top cited, downloaded, and accessed articles of the year. Published in 2014, the article, “The 21st century syllabus: From pedagogy to andragogy” was among the most cited […]

Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management)

Kathy Lund Dean facilitated an intensive masters course entitled “Fostering ethics and ethical decision-making in your organization: Tools and trends for the future” in the executive MBA program at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. The course was part of Canterbury’s Master Courses offerings for the eMBAs and details outcomes from her longitudinal ethical decision-making […]

Kyle Montague, 1978 Carlson Award Winner, Economics and Management Department

Kyle Montague The Edgar M. Carlson Award for Innovative Teaching was established by the Board of Trustees of Gustavus Adolphus College to honor the long and outstanding leadership Dr. Carlson gave our college. The award is made possible by a grant of $1,500 provided annually by former board member, Arnold J. Ryden of Minneapolis. Each […]