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  • Economics Department Faculty — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Administration Clausen Center 222 carthage edu 262 551 5895 Professor Catherine R Lau has spent her career working in the banking and financial services industries in New York She was an assistant treasurer and vice president at Credit Lyonnais Read more Yuri Maltsev Professor of Economics Clausen Center 226 carthage edu 262 551 5880 Professor Yuri Maltsev earned his B A and M A degrees at Moscow State University and his Ph D in Labor Economics at the Institute of Labor Research in Moscow Russia Before defecting Read more Brent McClintock Associate Professor of Economics Clausen Center 225 carthage edu 262 551 5852 Professor Brent McClintock is an economist and an attorney Prior to his employment at Carthage he worked as a senior economic analyst with the New Zealand Treasury His legal studies Read more Edward Montanaro Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Economics Straz Center B6C carthage edu 262 551 2376 Professor Edward Montanaro began teaching at Carthage in 2006 upon completion of a doctorate in Spanish at Florida State University He also holds a master s degree in Spanish from Florida Read more Robert Schlack Professor of Economics Clausen Center 218 carthage

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  • Requirements — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    tours offered by departmental faculty As the capstone to their work in the major students are asked to complete the economic seminar course which includes a survey of the history of economic thought and to complete a thesis approved by a faculty advisor and presented to departmental faculty and students Carthage offers a major and minor in economics Please note Current students should follow the printed version of the College Catalog and work with their advisors and the department chair to ensure all requirements are met The Economics Major 1st or 2nd year ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics and ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics or ECN 1030 Issues in Economics 2nd or 3rd year ECN 2510 Intermediate Microeconomics ECN 2520 Intermediate Macroeconomics ECN 2340 Applied Statistics for Economics Management ECN 3340 Introduction to Econometrics 3rd or 4th year Three or four electives in Economics from courses 2500 or above Students who have taken ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics and ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics may meet this diversity requirement by taking only three elective courses Students who have taken only ECN 1030 Issues in Economics are required to take four elective courses 4th year ECN 4400 Seminar History of Economic Thought Senior Thesis ECN 4990 Senior Thesis Completion The Economics Minor ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics and ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics or ECN 1030 Issues in Economics BUS ECN2340 Applied Statistics for Economics Management ECN 2510 Intermediate Microeconomics and or ECN 2520 Intermediate Macroeconomics Note Students who have taken ECN 1010 Principles of Microeconomics and ECN 1020 Principles of Macroeconomics may take only one of the intermediate level courses Students who have taken only ECN 1030 Issues in Economics are required to take both intermediate level courses Two field electives in economics from courses 2500 or above Honors in

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  • Senior Projects by Economics Majors — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    and History of Economic Thought Here is a look at recent projects by Carthage economics majors An Examination of the Determinants of Salary for NFL Quaterbacks and Linebackers using Quantile Regression Analysis Bill Thompson An Examination of the Economic Impact of Defined Thresholds in Public Policy Dan Chambers Failed Transition and the Way Forward for Ukraine Lexi Neumann Chinese Banking Structure and Monetary Policy Soft Wallets Bring Hard Times Eddie Schwab The Economics of Food Aid and Food Security in Sub Saharan Africa Katie Niemeyer An Analysis of Intergenerational Economic Mobility TJ Hedin The Determinants of Software Piracy Mike Fitzgerald From Swords to Plowshares A Case Study of the Economic Impact of the Savannah River Site and the Viability of Nuclear Energy in the United States Evan Barkhau Private For Profit Influence on Student Loan Defaults and Graduation Jillian Burnickas Measuring the Economic Impacts of the Discontinuation of the Automobile Industry in Kenosha County Aleksandra Romanovic A Study of Exchange Rate Regimes Managed vs Free Floating James Blakeway Testing the Tiebout Tullock Hypothesis The Influence of Government Amenities on the Migration Propensity of Young Adults Andrew Ademe Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty

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  • Special Programs — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    with state of the art technology to help students develop professional presentation skills Students have their own board room and classrooms are small to encourage lively group discussion International Political Economy The International Political Economy program at Carthage is designed for students who want to focus their work in economics political science and management on the evolving web of global relationships and the public policy discussions that help direct today s global economy It is offered as a major at Carthage Students take courses in business economics geography modern languages political science and social science J Term J Term is a month long period of study in January in which all academic departments at Carthage offer innovative courses on campus as well as study tours in other countries Recent J Term courses from the Economics Department include Arts Culture and the Creative Economy After the Peace Causes and Consequences of the Guatemalan Civil War New Zealand Field Studies and Issues in the Political Economy of the Black Sea Rim J Term 2010 will include the following on campus courses and study tours ECON 310 Political Economy of the Pacific Rim ECON 675 Understanding the Global Economic Crisis ECON 675 Food Fights The Political Economy of What How and Why We Eat ECON 271 T 1 After the Peace Causes and Consequences of the Guatemalan Civil War ECON 675 Comparative Economic Models Aruba British Virgin Islands St Martin St Lucia and Guadeloupe Scholarships and Awards The Economics Department offers awards every year to recognize exceptional work by students The John R Commons Award is a service award for contributions to the Economics Department and campus community The Senior Award recognizes academic excellence by a senior student See a list of past award winners Business Professional Coalition The Carthage Business and Professional

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  • Student Organizations — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    overall GPA of 3 0 or better and at least 12 credits in economics with an average GPA of 3 0 or better The society meets regularly hosts on campus presentations by economists and plans field trips to economic institutions like the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago or the Chicago Board of Trade Students in Free Enterprise SIFE Carthage has a chapter of Students in Free Enterprise SIFE open to all majors works throughout the year on projects in six categories Market Economics Success Skills Entrepreneurship Financial Literacy Business Ethics Environmental Sustainability and Sustainability SIFE encourages active hands on learning teamwork leadership development communication enhancement and educational growth An annual Regional Competition provides the opportunity for every SIFE organization within the region to present what they have achieved throughout the year Model UN Economics majors are often interested in Model UN at Carthage a student run organization that seeks to introduce students to the global issues and the inner workings of the United Nations Students participate in simulations of the Security Council General Assembly and Economic and Social Council Participants travel to conferences and engage in negotiations and debates about global issues that are being discussed by world leaders today

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  • Student Voices — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    students Student Voices James Blakeway 13 Studying economics and finance at Carthage has allowed James to work with professors in a small classroom setting Read more Read student voices featuring graduated students Student Voices James Blakeway 13 Studying economics and finance at Carthage has allowed James to work with professors in a small classroom setting Read more Read student voices featuring graduated students Academic Resources Areas of Study Academic Calendar

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  • Careers — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    services Manager forecaster loan officer analyst Business Financial analysts international trade specialist industry analyst Government Foreign service officer budget officer economic planner Human services Industrial relations personnel manager training Insurance Actuary benefits analyst demographer statistician Law Attorney judicial assistant lobbyist legislative research adviser Teaching High school economics or social science teacher Carthage Economics Department graduates have been hired at the following companies Strong Funds junior equities trader Commerce Department economist

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  • Resources — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    on the economy Freakonomics blog the hidden side of everything Economic Principals an independent weekly on economic issues Environmental Economics blog Growth blog economic growth and development Dollars Sense blog a left perspective on political economy Economic Statistics Federal Reserve Board U S Treasury Office of Management and Budget OMB Council of Economic Advisers The Economic Report of the President The White House Economics Statistics on the Internet Bureau of Economic Analysis Bureau of Labor Statistics Census Bureau Census Bureau Trade Statistics General Accounting Office EDGAR Corporate Information Database Joint Economic Committee U S House of Representatives International Political Economy New Zealand Studies in IPE at Carthage College Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation APEC European Union International Monetary Fund IMF International Trade Law North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA Office of the US Trade Representative Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development OECD United Nations U S International Trade Commission ITC World Trade Organization WTO Onanda Currency converter Heterodox Economics Alternative Voices The Original Institutional Economics The Association for Evolutionary Economics AFEE The Journal of Economic Issues Heterodox Economics Newsletter Heterodox Economics Directory Center for Full Employment and Price Stability Levy Economics Institute Economic Policy Institute Conservative Economics The Cato Institute Public

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