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Economics

A former Hockey player earned his master’s degree in economics for his research on the impact that playing for a Stanley Cup-winning team has on a player’s ability to negotiate salary.A former Hockey player earned his master’s degree in economics for his research on the impact that playing for a Stanley Cup-winning team has on a player’s ability to negotiate salary.

Player’s thesis shows the dollars and cents of a Stanley Cup win

A former Lancer Hockey and Windsor Spitfires player applied his unique insight into hockey contract negotiations to earn his master’s degree in economics.

UWindsor alumna Zheng WangUWindsor alumna Zheng Wang (MA 2009) will discuss “How to License a Transport Innovation” in a free public presentation Friday.

Transport innovation focus of economics seminar

UWindsor alumna Zheng Wang (MA 2009) will discuss “How to License a Transport Innovation” in a free public presentation Friday.

Luncheon fêtes 2013 graduates of Outstanding Scholars program

The Outstanding Scholars program made Nathalie Hinchey an offer she couldn’t refuse.

The Hamilton native had considered studying at another university, but the combination of financial incentives and the chance to engage in research was too good to pass up. The mathematics students was part of this year’s class of graduating Outstanding Scholars honoured with a luncheon reception Wednesday.

Seminar to consider Keynesian contribution to economics

The global economic crisis that began in August 2007 has shaken the belief that financial crises belong only to the past, says Robert Dimand.

“At every moment in the evolution of economics, you could find people who were convinced that the way things were is how they would always be,” he says.

A professor of economics at Brock University, Dimand will explore the value of teaching economic history in his free public presentation “What to tell a Graduate Course in Macroeconomics about Keynes,” at 10 a.m. Friday, March 8, in room 1163, Chrysler Hall North.