F.A. Hayek Economics Workshop for Student and Faculty Engagement


All Workshops in the Fall 2019/Spring 2020 semester will be held in ABH 103


 

Spring 2020 Schedule

2/20/20

 

“The baby boomers and the productivity slowdown”

Guillaume Vandenbroucke

Research Officer at the Saint Louis Federal Reserve

3/5/20

 

       "Finding the Truth in the Shadows: How Price Theory Guides the Estimation of                       Damages in Litigation"

        Wiliam Rogers, Ph.D.

        WH Rogers LLC, Economist, Former Economics Professor at UMSL

3/19/20
TBA
4/2/20
Christopher Neely

      Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis 

4/16/20
     
   
        Logan Miller
         
       University of Arkansas 
4/30/20

       

      “Tort Reform and Public Harm when Liability Assignments are Incomplete”

       Jeffrey Wagner

       Professor of Economics, Rochester Institute of Technology


Fall 2019 Schedule

9/26/19
2pm

"Ramp-up and Disruption: The Black Hawk Helicopter Program"

Keith Womer

Professor of Supply Chain & Analytics, UMSL 

10/17/19
2pm

 

Marie Mora

Associate Provost of Academic Affairs and Professor of Economics, UMSL

10/31/19
2pm

    

      "The Political Economy of Death: Do Coroners Perform as well as Medical                  Examiners in determining suicide?"

        Jose M. Fernandez

        Associate Professor of Economics, University of Louisville

 

11/21/19
2 p.m.

"Using Microeconomic Principles to Allocate a Scarce Resource: Physician Time."

Susan Feigenbaum

Curators' Distinguished Teaching Professor Emerita
Featuring Darian Moody. 

12/5/19         UMSL Economics Student Panel

Co-organized by:

Max Gillman, Friedrich A. Hayek Professor in Economic History

Stephen Scheid, Assistant Teaching Professor