In the News: Mihaela Pintea featured in WalletHub

Dr. Mihaela Pintea, Associate Professor of Economics, was featured in WalletHub’s piece about Best and Worst States for Women’s Equality. She discusses how inflation affects the gender pay gap and the factors influencing the United States’ global ranking regarding the gender gap in health and survival.  The news article can be accessed here.

Publication: Hakan Yilmazkuday in the Conversation and Fortune

Dr. Hakan Yilmazkuday, Professor of Economics, has an article published at the Conversation (and republished by Fortune magazine) discussing the implications of the U.S. government debt losing Fitch’s top AAA credit rating. The Conversation article can be accessed here, and the Fortune magazine article can be accessed here.

Publication: Hakan Yilmazkuday in International Economic Journal and Review of Regional Research

A paper by Hakan Yilmazkuday (Professor of Economics) titled “Unequal Welfare Gains From Trade Across Countries: The Role of Aggregation and Income Elasticities” has been published at International Economic Journal. The publication link is here. Another paper of his, titled “COVID-19 and housing prices: evidence from U.S. county-level data,” has been published at Review of Regional Research. The publication link […]

Publication: Mihaela Pintea in Education Economics

Paper by Mihaela Pintea (Associate Professor of Economics) with Andra Hiriscau (Assistant Teaching Professor at William & Mary, Ph.D. alumni of FIU)  titled “Birth order, socioeconomic background and educational attainment” has been published in Education Economics. The paper can be accessed via this link. Highlights: -We examine whether educational attainment is affected by birth order, […]