Economics

The National Association for Business Economics UMSL chapter

 


The purpose of our student chapter of NABE is to promote interaction outside of the classroom among students sharing a common interest in economics. Our chapter was founded in 1993 by a former student, Grant Black (B.S. Economics, 1992; M.A. Economics, 1994) and is a recognized student chapter of National NABE.


No application or annual dues are necessary to participate in the student chapter of NABE at UMSL. The only requirement is that you be a current student at UMSL. Simply stop by the Department Economics Office (408 SSB) or call 314.516.5353, for information on contacting the current student organization representative.

NABE FALL 2012 STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES

Thomas Briggs, President
Maggie Evans, Vice President

 

 

YOU ARE INVITED TO TAKE PART IN OUR COMING EVENTS

 

CAMPUS / LOCAL EVENTS   (More info coming soon)

Date Time Location Event

 

 

 

NATIONAL EVENTS  

Date Time Location Event
March 3-5, 2013 Washington Court Hotel, Washington, DC 29th NABE Economic Policy Conference
July 29-30, 2013 Sheraton Crystal City, Arlington, VA 2013 NABE Foundation Economic Measurement Seminar
July 30-Aug 1, 2013 Sheraton Crystal City, Arlington, VA 2013 NABE Transfer Pricing Symposium
Sept 7-10, 2013 Hyatt Regency San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 55th NABE Annual Meeting

 

 

 

TBriggs
MMaxwell

 

University of Missouri - St. Louis Student Chapter of NABE

The National Association for Business Economics (NABE) is an association of professionals who have an interest in business economics and who want to use the latest economic data and trends to enhance their ability to make sound business decisions. NABE's mission is to provide leadership in the use and understanding of economics.

NABE is affiliated with many local and student chapters here in the U.S., with other professional economic organizations, and with business economics organizations in other countries. The Saint Louis local chapter is the St. Louis Gateway Chapter. UMSL is one of the few schools to have student affiliation with National NABE.

The purpose of our student chapter of NABE is to promote interaction outside of the classroom among students sharing a common interest in economics. Our chapter was founded in 1993 by a former student, Grant Black (B.S. Economics, 1992; M.A. Economics, 1994) and is a recognized student chapter of National NABE.

No application or annual dues are necessary to participate in the student chapter of NABE at UMSL. The only requirement is that you be a current student at UMSL. Simply stop by the Department of Economics (408 SSB), or call 314.516.5353, for information on contacting the current student organization representative.

In the past, our student chapter has invited outside speakers and sponsored economics seminars. NABE also sponsors the Department of Economics Picnic. This is an annual event, held early in the fall semester, where students, alumni and faculty can enjoy an afternoon of barbeque and fun. Another NABE sponsored event is Career Day - an event where alumni return to campus and meet with current students.

Also, members of our student chapter can attend events hosted by the St. Louis Gateway Chapter (either for fee or for a nominal fee). For instance, St. Louis Gateway NABE sponsors the Annual Homer Jones Memorial Lecture, which honors the former Research Director at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, along with the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis , St. Louis University, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, University of Missouri-St. Louis, and Washington University. Some students may be also interested in joining National NABE. To learn more about the benefits of doing so, go to http://www.nabe.com.

EconJobs.org
NABE web site listing current job openings (posted in the last 30 days). There are opportunities for risk managers, researchers, analysts, business economists, and in academics.

For questions regarding the UMSL Student Chapter of NABE contact:
William Rogers, Assistant Professor of Economics
rogerswil@umsl.edu