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Vienna Draws Leading Economists for Symposium on Greek Debt Crisis

May 09, 2017

Vienna will host a symposium entitled, "Greece, Out of the Crisis: Debt-End or Dead End," on May 17. Organized by Nikolaos Antonakakis, head of the Department of Business at Webster Vienna, the symposium will draw leading economists to Webster to consider the background of the crisis, its current state, and weigh radical solutions.

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News Around Webster: Rosenblum, Workie, Cuille, McGrath, Cosic

April 12, 2017

Warren Rosenblum was awarded a fellowship at the U.S. Holocaust Museum and Memorial. Lionel Cuille presented at an International French Studies colloquium. Kim McGrath presented "Women in Leadership: How to Prepare for Difficult Conversations" at the Forum on Education Abroad. Menbere Workie is publishing a monthly commentary on economics and finance. Zlatko Cosic's newest film, "Even The Birds Know It," will screen at a festival in Gdańsk, Poland.

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Webster Economics Association Opening Event

March 08, 2017

The Webster University Economics Association had its opening event, co-hosted by the Career Planning and Development Center, with members, students, faculty and staff gathered in the East Academic Building on March 1. Attendees met the association’s president, Manuel Leon Hoyos, and Marcie Schumert, Career Advisor and liaison to the Walker School.

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Patricia Benedetti of the Permanent Mission of El Salvador to the World Trade Organization, and Kerem Saral (MBA '12).

Geneva Economics Degree Launch: Faculty, guests discuss topics in the field

April 25, 2016

Students of Webster University Geneva and guests were invited to find out what craft beer and pizza have in common with economics at the event for the official introduction of the Economics degree. The April 19 reception was an opportunity for students, including high school students from local institutions, to meet the new degree’s core faculty.

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Around Webster: Schollhammer, Hellinger, Barnidge, Woolf

March 04, 2016

Linda Woolf has the featured article in the February issue of the APA's Psychology Teacher Network, Ralph Schöllhammer published on technology's influence on future policy in the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Robert Barnidge lectured on presidential responses to terrorism at the Missouri History Museum, and Dan Hellinger published "Resource Nationalism and the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela" in The Political Economy of Natural Resources and Development.

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