Economics Student Research Day
Near the end of every academic year, Honours students who are supervised by an Economics faculty member present their Honours theses to the University community in a professional environment. This gives them an opportunity to share their newly-found research results with the public, while giving them a taste of what it's like to present their work in a professional conference setting.
Due to the large number of Honours students studying Economics, this is usually a day-long event. This year, the Economics Student Research Day will take place on FRIDAY MARCH 28, 2019, in the Council Chambers (4th Floor Bloomfield).
Programs of previous Economics Student Research Days are found below.
Student Research Collaboration
Honours economics students have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on peer-reviewed research projects. Collaborative student roles can include paid research assistantships and well as co-authorship toward peer-reviewed publications.
Recent publications by StFX Economics students include:
- Christian, C. and Liam Elbourne (2018). "Shocks to military support and subsequent assassinations in Ancient Rome." Economics Letters 171, 79-82.
- Robert Millard, Withey, P., Lantz, V., & Ochuodho, T. O. (2017). "The General Equilibrium Costs and Impacts of Oil Price Shocks in Newfoundland and Labrador", Energy Economics 68, 192 - 198.
- Corbett, Laura J., P. Withey, V. A. Lantz, T. O. Ochuodho (2016). "The economic impact of the mountain pine beetle infestation in British Columbia: provincial estimates from a CGE analysis", Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 89(1), 100-105.