The third edition of Mathematics for Economics by Guelph Economics Professors Michael Hoy, John Livernois, Chris McKenna, Ray Rees and Thanasis Stengos, published by MIT Press, was released today. This streamlined third edition offers an array of new and updated examples. Additionally, lengthier proofs and examples are provided on the book's website. The book and the web material are cross-referenced in the text.
The Warren Jestin Scholarship in Canadian Economic Policy was awarded to Marleigh Gilbert. This scholarship is awarded to the economics student with the highest cumulative average over all courses in economic policy. Marleigh is a co-op student in Management Economics in Industry and Finance and will be graduating this year.
Mr. Paul Redman will deliver a public lecture on "What Role Can Financial Regulators Play in Stabilizing Financial Markets?" on Wednesday March 9 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm in RozH 101. Mr. Redman is the Principal Economist at the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC). He holds a BA and MA in Economics from the University of Guelph.
Jeff Stacey will give a guest lecture on Thursday in the Economics of Equity Markets class. Jeff is the founding partner of Stacey Muirhead Capital Management firm with over 25 years of investment industry experience. Jeff holds an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University and is a Chartered Financial Analyst. More information about Jeff's firm can be found here.
Mark Zschocke of Open Options, an international strategy firm based in Waterloo, is a guest lecturer on Thursday in two game theory classes. Open Options consultants work with the top corporations around the world – across a broad range of sectors and industries – on both corporate and operational issues of significance.
This week's seminar is by Janet Jiang, University of Manitoba. More information can be found here.
The Visiting Speaker's seminar this week is Management Matters by Michelle Alexopoulos, University of Toronto.
Today's seminar is "Bidding Coalitions for the Financially Constrained" by Charles Zheng from UWO at 3:30 in Mack 314.
Michael Hoy was honoured at the CME Awards reception on February 3 for receiving the University of Guelph Faculty Association's Distinguished Professorial Teaching Award for the College of Management and Economics. Professor Hoy was cited for achieving excellence in classroom teaching, excellence in graduate student advising and mentoring and excellence in educational materials development.