Economics Student Outcomes
Hayden Matthews '15 worked at BNY Mellon analyzing quarterly progress of cross-referral sales programs, transitioning information from quantitative to qualitative, in order to provide to the entire company globally. (Summer 2014)
Rio Dhat '15 worked as a sales and trading summer analyst at Citigroup in New York City (Summer 2014)
Taylor Jaquays '15 worked at Devenson in Aix-en-Provence, France, as a research analyst working with data from competing firms and researching new functions of Salesforce applications (Summer 2014)
Mateo Munarriz '15 worked at ICAP North America as a Broking Intern and at Broker Tec (an ICAP company) as a Research Intern (Summer 2014)
Rim Karoui '15 worked at Ernst & Young in their Abu Dhabi office in the Auditing and Assurance Group. She assisted auditors with procedures necessary for the issue of clients' financial statements. (Summer 2014)
Anjali Limbu '15 worked in Nepal with the NGO Federation and the Social Welfare Council. She informed people in remote areas of Nepal of loan and subsidy opportunities, and gathered information prior to writing policy position papers to be submitted to the government. (Summer 2014)
Sawyer MadDonald '15 worked at BNY Mellon where he researched investment strategies for clients and potential clients to see where investment products could fit into their portfolios, given their investing tendencies. (Summer 2014)
Victor Angeline '14 presented "Capital Structure and Liability in the Tobacco Industry" at the New York State Economics Association conference in Farmingdale, NY, and won an award for an undergraduate paper. (October 2013)
Dawn Rivers '14 presented "A 'Savage' By Any Other Name: Anthropological inaccuracies in the writings of Adam Smith" at the New York State Economics Association conference in Farmingdale, NY. (October 2013)
Tanae Adderley '13, Taylor Jaquays '14 and Joshua Johnson '13 presented a census update to the Town of Oneonta Strategic Planning Group. (April 2013)
Aaron Parisi '14 is presenting "Free Trade and Poverty: Can trade liberalization help developing nations?" at the Institute for Political Economy conference during the Eastern Economic Association annual meeting in Boston, MA. (March 2014)
Christo Tarazi '14 is presenting "The Effect of Insurance Coverage on Healthcare Expenditure" at the Institute for Political Economy conference during the Eastern Economic Association annual meeting in Boston, MA. (March 2014)
Graduate School Placements
Jordan Liz '12 is studying for a Ph.D. in philosophy at the University of Memphis.
Dan Parisian '10 is finishing a Ph.D. in economics at Binghamton University.
Kelsey Heider '09 has entered a Ph.D. program in economics at the University of California at Irvine.
Melissa LaReau '08 earned a master's degree in international affairs from the Bush School of Government at Texas A&M University.
Tuan Dao '07 is finishing a Ph.D. in economics at Boston College.
Rio Dhat '15 will start work in June, 2015 at Citigroup in New York City as a sales and trading analyst, facilitating the sale of securities to institutional clients.
Mateo Munarriz '15 will start work in May, 2015 as a Global Broking Trainee at ICAP North America.
Tanae Adderley '14 is an Audit Associate at PwC.
Victor Angeline '14 is in the Leaders in Training Program at Shoprites, an orientation to the operations of the supermarket chain, preparing him to be an analyst in their executive offices.
Adam Gabrielsen '14 is a Business Development Executive at Netage Solutions in Boston.
Aaron Parisi '14 is a math teacher at the Salisbury School in Salisbury, CT.
William Paton '14 is the lending department manager at Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union.
Dawn Rivers '14 is director of the Susquehanna Regional Center for Jobs at the Otsego County IDA in Oneonta.