Economics Student Outcomes

Internships

Rim Karoui '17 worked at Deustche Bank in Dubai in the Equity Capital Market Group. Her responsibilities included the preparation of a database of outstanding bonds and loans in which DB managed or co-managed the transaction or had an under-writing role. (Summer 2013)

Guia Carlini '16 worked at CF Consulting, a major contractor to the European Union (EU) Grants Agency, where she assisted with the management of cross-national collaborative grant proposals. (Summer 2013)

Taylor Jaquays '16 spent his summer organizing financial information systems for a community-based micro-lending organization in Mexico (supported by the Youngman Fellowship). (Summer 2013)

Christo Tarazi '14 was an intern at the Institute for Policy Integrity at New York School of Law. He worked as a research assistant to a scholar who is preparing a paper on climate-and-economy models. (January 2014)

Eric Bode '14 was an indirect loan processor at 1st National Bank of Scotia, in Scotia, NY. (January 2014)

Research Presentations

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

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.