Andrew Healy on Election Surprises

In LMU Magazine, Andrew Healy, professor of economics at Loyola Marymount University, walks through the history of surprising election-season behavior, from 1916 to 2008. Healy’s expertise is in applied econometrics, economics, political economy and political science. … Read more 

Conversation with Sean D’Evelyn

Sean D’Evelyn, assistant professor of economics, studies invasive species management and environmental public goods. He has authored or co-authored papers on methods to prevent or control invasive species and plants, the … Read more 

Jennifer Pate Talks to PBS and Marketplace

Economics professor Jennifer Pate sat down with PBS and American Public Media’s “Marketplace” this weekend to discuss the hollowing out of the American middle class. On June 9, Pate told Kai Ryssdal on Marketplace: … Read more 

Economics Faculty Presenting at CGU, UPenn

Economics professor Jennifer Pate presented her work as an invited speaker at Claremont Graduate University in March 2016. The seminar was titled “Exploring the Volunteer’s Dilemma in Experiments.” Professor James Konow gave … Read more 

Prof. Devine Featured on WalletHub

How can local authorities make their cities more recession-proof? They probably can’t. This would involve diversifying the city’s economy (the goods and services it produces) to make it even more … Read more 

Students Share Research with LMU Community

Every year, high-achieving students from all majors share results from faculty-guided research with the LMU community at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. Below are descriptions of 10 selected student research projects from the Seventh Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, … Read more