Dr. Douglas H. Wrenn, assistant professor of environmental and resource economics at Penn State University, will speak Thursday, Oct. 5, as part of the Longacre Business and Economics Lecture Series ... read more about Douglas Wrenn ’02, environmental and resource economics professor, speaks on fracking
[DAR es SALAAM] Demand and willingness to buy insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) could increase coverage in malaria-endemic areas in Tanzania, a study suggests. ... read more about Willingness to pay for bed nets high in Tanzania from SciDev.Net
Matt Gnagey, now an assistant professor at Weber State (Ogden, Utah), graduated from Eastern Mennonite University in 2005, majoring in economics and justice, peace and conflict studies. He received his ... read more about Grad School Q & A: Matt Gnagey ’05, professor at Weber State
Doug Wrenn, a 2002 Eastern Mennonite University graduate, majored in business administration and economics. He is now an assistant professor of environmental and resource economics at Penn State University. He ... read more about Grad School Q & A: Doug Wrenn ’02, professor at Penn State
Experts broadly agree that mosquito nets are one of the best tools in the fight against malaria, to which the World Health Organization attributes hundreds of millions of illnesses each ... read more about Economic professor’s research challenges widely-held assumptions about malaria prevention
Eastern Mennonite University will offer two new graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership, beginning in the fall of 2015. Both programs are designed for working professionals seeking leadership ... read more about New graduate certificates in business administration and organizational leadership serve professional needs
Fair trade may not be the panacea for coffee farmers that its proponents want it to be, according to Chris D. Gingrich, PhD, economics professor at Eastern Mennonite University, and ... read more about Is Fair Trade the best answer for struggling coffee farmers around the world?
Darian Harnish had a great summer working with numbers for the federal government, instead of shoveling mulch. The summer emerged from a University of Maryland fellowship, which led to an ... read more about Fellowship Spent at Bureau of Economic Analysis
The use of antiquated means to value and develop land always puzzled Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) alum, Matt Gnagey ’05. Gnagey went to work to find answers, spending two years ... read more about Alum’s Research on Land Development Wins Award
An Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) economics professor is a major player in an impassioned debate among malaria experts around the world about the best way to reduce the incidence of ... read more about What Answer to Malaria?