professor Josh Hall had his paper, “The Relative Value of AEA
Economic Education Papers,” accepted by the Journal of
Economics and Finance Education.
Assistant professors Greg DeAngelo and Adam Nowak and Imke Reimer of Northeastern University had their paper, “Examining Regulatory Capture: Evidence from the NHL,” cited and summarized in the August 4th issue of the Boston Globe. Their paper was published in Contemporary Economic Policy last month.
Assistant professors Greg DeAngelo and Bryan McCannon were awarded a research grant of $30,000 from the Koch foundation to support their research on prosecutorial misconduct.
Assistant professor Bryan McCannon’s paper, “Social Norms and Cooperation,” has been accepted by the International Journal of Economic Theory.
Assistant professor Bryan McCannon’s paper “Contracts and Trust: Substitutes or Complements?” has been accepted by the Journal of Institutional Economics.
Assistant professor Adam Nowak and professor Brad Humphreys’s paper, “Professional Sports Facilities, Teams and Property Values: Evidence from NBA Team Departures,” has been accepted by Regional Science and Urban Economics
Associate Professor Joshua Hall’s paper with WVU Economics Ph.Ds, Serkan Karadas, and Mihn Tam T. Schlosky, “Abnormal Returns from Joining U.S. Congress? Evidence from New Members” has been accepted by the Journal of Financial Economic Policy.
professor Greg DeAngelo and professor Brad Humphreys’s paper, “Are Public and Private Enforcement
Complements or Substitutes? Evidence from High Frequency Data,” has been
accepted by the Journal
of Economic Behavior & Organization.
Visiting Assistant Professor Judge Glock had his paper, "Netting Out Taxes and Transfers" accepted and published in Tax Notes.
Visiting Assistant Professor Judge Glock's paper, "The Rise
and Fall of the First Government-Sponsored Enterprise: The Federal Land Banks,
1916–1932" was accepted and is published in the Harvard Business School’s
Business History Review.
Professor Roger Congleton had his paper “The Electoral Politics and Evolution of Complex Healthcare Systems” with co-authors Alberto Batinti and Rinaldo Pietrantonio (now deceased), both former Visiting faculty here in Economics at WVU, accepted by Kyklos.
Associate Professor Josh Hall has been named Associate Editor of Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy. This is the journal of the Mid-Continent Regional Science Association.
Professor Brad Humphreys has been awarded the prestigious 2016-2017 WVU Benedum Distinguished Scholar award in the Behavioral & Social Sciences category. He is the first B&E recipient since the 1989-1990 award year.
Assistant Professors, Bryan McCannon and Gregory DeAngelo, received a $64,000 grant from the Charles Koch Foundation to hold their 2nd annual Summer Empirical Workshop at WVU this July.
Amir Borges Ferreira Neto co-authored a paper with associate professor Joshua Hall, “The Effect of Health Care Entrepreneurship on Local Health: The Case of MedExpress in Appalachia,” that has been accepted by the Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy.
Amir Borges Ferreira Neto’s working paper, “Charity and Public Libraries: Does Government
Funding Crowd-out Donations?” was covered in the June 2017 issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy in
its article, “Government Aid for a Cause May Make Donors Give More.”
Danko Tarabar has had his paper, "Culture, Democracy, and Market Reforms: Evidence from Transition Countries" accepted by the Journal of Comparative Economics.
Josh Matti and Yang Zhou have had their paper, “The Political Economy of Brexit: Explaining the Vote,” accepted by Applied Economic Letters.
Yang Zhou has had his paper, “Do ideology movements and legal intervention matter: A synthetic control analysis of the Chongqing Model,” accepted by the European Journal of Political Economy.
Chris Yencha has accepted a tenure track position at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.
Danko Tarabar has accepted a tenure track position at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Amir Neto and his co-author Elham Erfanian, a Ph.D. student in Natural Resource Economics, were recipients of the Best Paper Award for graduate students at the recent Academy of Economy and Finance Conference in Charleston, SC. Their paper is “Scientific Output: Labor or Capital Intensive? An Analysis of Selected Countries.”