Please be advised that there has been a possible breach of personal information within the Department of Economics and Finance. Read more information in this notice.
Faculty and graduate students are invited to a workshop "The Systematic Linking of Historical Records" that brings together researchers from Economics, Computing Science and History. Some papers at the workshop will explore new linking techniques, other papers will discuss metrics to assess the quality of the linked data, and yet other papers will illustrate what can be learned from a methodologically-sensitive use of the linked data.
On February 3rd, the Department of Economics held it's Annual Chair's Honor Reception to recognize Economics, Finance and Public Management students who have achieved a cumulative average or semester average of 80% or higher. It was a great turn out of both faculty and students. We would like to congratulate these students once again, and would like to share some pictures from the event.
JDC Central is Central is Canada’s largest business school competition, consisting of 700 delegates from 14 Canadian business schools across Ontario, Québec and the Maritimes. Delegates from each school compete across different categories including: debate, social, charity, sports and seven academic disciplines (Finance, Marketing, Business Strategy, International business, Accounting, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship).
Professor Ross McKitrick and University of Guelph PhD Economics graduate Bin Hu received the honorable mention award for their paper, "Climatic Variations and the Market Value of Insurance Firms".