Interested in economics research? Attend an upcoming brown bag research workshop.

Hosted by the Department of Economics, this research workshop is an opportunity for faculty to present early-stage research projects to collect feedback from colleagues. Contact Alper Arslan for more information or to RSVP for an upcoming workshop.

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Contact

Alper Arslan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Economics

hayri.arslan@utsa.edu

Brown Bag Research Workshops

Workshops are from noon until 1 p.m. unless indicated otherwise.

See Event Calendar

March 1

Binay Adhikari
Associate Professor of Finance at The University of Texas at San Antonio

"Do Democrats Like to go Global? Firms’ Political Environment and Global Sales Diversification."

April 5

Brian Wolfe
Assistant Professor of Finance at The University of Texas at San Antonio

April 19

Viviana Rodriguez
Assistant Professor of Economics at The University of Texas at San Antonio

May 3

Alper Arslan
Assistant Professor of Economics at The University of Texas at San Antonio

May 10

Tim Zhang
Assistant Professor of Finance at The University of Texas at San Antonio

Workshops are from noon until 1 p.m. unless indicated otherwise.

Dec. 1

Lois Miller
Doctoral Student, UW Madison

"Switching Schools: Effects of College Transfers"

Nov. 10

Amir Karimi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Management Science and Statistics, The University of Texas at San Antonio

"Procurement of Reproductive Health Commodities in LMICs: The Impact of Female Decision-Makers"

Nov. 3

Nathan Palmer
Senior Economist, Federal Reserve Board

"Explaining Machine Learning by Bootstrapping Partial Marginal Effects and Shapley Values"

Oct. 27

Youngjin Kim 
Doctoral Student - Marketing, The University of Texas at San Antonio

"Does New Legal Entity Accelerate Sustainability Innovation"

Oct. 6

Stephen Schwab, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Management, The University of Texas at San Antonio

"Learning and Forgetting Among High Skill Workers: Evidence from the Military"

Sept. 29

Jon Moreno-Medina, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Economics, The University of Texas at San Antonio

"Crime News Bias: Extent, Causes and Consequences”