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Economics (ECON) < University of Guelph

The Department of Economics and Finance offers courses in economic theory, applied economics and quantitative methods. Students may take courses leading to a B.A. in the honours. It is possible to combine Economics with various other disciplines such as finance, mathematics and statistics, business administration, political science, geography

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MA Economics (with or without finance specialization

The university requires that students have the equivalent of an honours degree at the baccalaureate level. Admission to the MA program requires that students have a solid background in economic theory and econometrics from a recognized undergraduate program. Normally, the Department requires a 'B+' average as a minimum.

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Economics: MA ECON, MA ECON (with Finance …

economic theory. Students will then complete a qualifying research paper. The remainder of the program is devoted to the completion and defense of a full doctoral dissertation. Research Fields Financial Economics Resources, Environment and Energy Development and Growth Applied Microeconomics Econometrics Admission Requirements

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PhD in Economics Gordon S. Lang School of Business …

The PhD in Economics program consists of six core courses and six elective courses covering microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics. Core courses are followed by a comprehensive examination in economic theory. Students will then complete a qualifying research paper. The remainder of the program is devoted to the completion and defense

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1.2 Economic Systems Around the World – Introduction to

Economic Systems. Businesses and other organizations operate according to the economic systems of their home countries. Today the world’s major economic systems fall into two broad categories: free market, or capitalism; and planned economies, which include communism and socialism. However, in reality many countries use a mixed market system

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Management Economics and Finance (BComm program) …

The Management Economics and Finance major is designed to offer students an appreciation of business and economic problems particularly in the area of finance. The major provides a suitable education for a career in the business world or in the public service. It also constitutes a useful preparation for more advanced studies, including

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Economics and Finance Open Learning and Educational Support

Courses. ECON*1050 - Introductory Microeconomics. ECON*1100 - Introductory Macroeconomics. ECON*2100 - Economic Growth and Environmental Quality. ECON*2310 - Intermediate Microeconomics. ECON*2410 - Intermediate Macroeconomics. ECON*2560 - Introduction to Finance. ECON*2770 - Introductory Mathematical Economics. ECON*3660 - …

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Management Economics and Finance (MEF) Bachelor of

The Management Economics and Finance major is designed to offer students an appreciation of business and economic problems particularly in the area of finance. The major provides a suitable education for a career in the business world or …

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Econ*4930: Environmental Economics

A. Will economic growth be good for Canada in the 21st century? B. Can developing countries achieve western-style living standards without causing ecological ruin? C. Have Americans been good stewards of their environment over the past 100 years? If you are a panelist your task will be to issue terms of reference outlining the questions of fact

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C. Bram Cadsby Gordon S. Lang School of Business and

His research articles have been published in such journals as Games and Economic Behavior, Review of Financial Studies, Journal of Public Economics,Academy of Management Journal, Management Science, Journal of Business,Experimental Economics and Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization.

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Yiguo Sun Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

Yiguo Sun joined the Department of Economics and Finance at the University of Guelph in 2001. She received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. in mathematics from Hebei Normal University in 1993 and 1996, respectively, an M.A. (Economics) from University of Guelph in 1997, and a Ph.D. (Economics) from University of Toronto in 2002.

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MA Research Projects Economics and Finance

Electricity Consumption and Economic Growth in China: Mi Tang (Advisor: T.Genc) August 2014: Foreign aid effectiveness in the global arena and South Asia: Mohammad Kabir (Advisors: Y.Sun, K.Annen) August 2014: The Impact of the Great Recession on Marginal Propensity to Consume: An Empirical Study from the U.S. Households: Mengqi Zhan (Advisor

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Environmental Economics & Policy Ontario Agricultural

Environmental Economics & Policy. Develop an understanding of the social coordination of human actions and the resulting impact on the environment through your program in Environmental Economics & Policy (EEP). You will learn to develop and evaluate good environmental policy by examining the interaction between environmental values and other

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2.2 The Economic Environment – Introduction to Management

An economic indicator is a statistic that provides valuable information about the economy. There’s no shortage of economic indicators, and trying to follow them all would be an overwhelming task. So in this chapter, we’ll only discuss the general concept and a …

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bdeaton Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics

Journal of Economic Issues, vol. XLI (December): 927-942. About FARE. Established in 1907, the Department of Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics has excelled in research, teaching and service in the economics of food systems. Our research excellence has been recognized with numerous quality of research discovery and outstanding thesis awards.

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An Updated Ranking of Academic Journals in Economics

is the American Economic Review coming –rst in all years except in 2003, with the Quarterly Journal of Economics coming overall second and the Journal of Political Economy, Econometrica and the Review of Economic Studies taking the other three spots in the top –ve. In Table 1, the CJE is ranked 40th out of 209 journals, whereas in the

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Lysa Porth Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics

Lysa Porth is an award-winning academic with an international reputation for excellence, innovation, and business leadership. Previous to joining the University of Guelph and the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics, dean Porth held the Guy Carpenter Research Chair in Agricultural Risk Management and Insurance and served as the

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Management Economics and Finance (Co-op) (MEF:C

Management Economics and Finance (Co-op) (MEF:C) Department of Economics and Finance, College of Business and Economics. A principal aim of the Co-op program in Management Economics and Finance is to facilitate the transition of students from academic studies to a professional career by enhancing the integration of theory and practice.

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Economics XII. Course Descriptions 2018-2019

ECON*2740 Economic Statistics F,W (3-1) [0.50] This course is designed to prepare students conceptually and mathematically for ECON*2560, Theory of Finance and ECON*3740, Introduction to Econometrics.Topics include the summation operator, descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, probability and statistical independence, the binomial distribution, …

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ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN: A REVIEW OF THE …

economic empowerment, focusing on how enterprise and economic skills both support and empower rural women. Hence, economic empowerment in this context will be defined as enabling rural women to meet both their practical and strategic needs beyond . 8 the private (household) arena. Though, the economic empowerment of women, especially

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4.5 Threats & Opportunities in the Global Marketplace

Economic Environment. The level of economic development varies considerably, ranging from countries where everyday survival is a struggle, such as Sudan and Eritrea, to countries that are highly developed, such as Switzerland and Japan.

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tongzhe Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics

Tongzhe Li. Tongzhe's passion is to combine economic theory and behavioral approaches, such as field or laboratory experiments, to understand the economic and political context of a problem. Her current projects focus on innovation adoption and consumer behavior in an agri-food-environment context. In addition, she is deeply interested in

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aker Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics

"Developing An Economic Model of Ontario’s Pork Sector with Application to Disease Outbreak and Policy Response Analysis", PI: Alan P. Ker; 2016-2018 ($60,000 ) "Modelling Ontario's Chicken industry for Policy Analysis." PI: Alan P. Ker; 2016-2018 ($120,000 )

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1.3 The Canadian Market Economy – Introduction to Management

1.3 The Canadian Market Economy Like most countries, Canada features a mixed market system much like its neighbour to the south: though the Canadian and U.S. economic systems are primarily free market systems, the federal government controls some basic services, such as the postal service and air traffic control.

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safesorg Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics

Revisiting the effect of regional integration on African trade: Evidence from meta-analysis and gravity model, Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 26 (2), 133-153. (Link to working paper) Afesorgbor, S.K. and Mahadevan, R. (2016). The impact of economic sanctions on income inequality of target states. World Development, 83

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Environmental Economics and Policy (EEP) < University of

Students gain an understanding of the policy tools and market mechanisms for managing our natural resources effectively. Knowledge and skills learned in this major will enable students to identify, prioritize and solve environmental problems by integrating both scientific and economic theories and data.

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MBA in Sustainable Commerce Gordon S. Lang School of

Foundation of Leadership: This course will enhance students' interpersonal skills, expand their knowledge and understanding of the theory and research behind leadership, and explore the impact of effective team management and collaboration in the organization.Experiential approaches are used to enhance managerial skills. Sustainable Value Creation: This course is …

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Food, Agricultural & Resource Economics: MFARE, MSc, PhD

leading economic and policy thinkers on issues related to food, agriculture, resource use, and development. Through media interaction and various public forums, many FARE faculty comment actively on contemporary agri-food, resource and development issues. Research Fields Food and agricultural economics Natural resource and environmental

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MSc – Tourism and Hospitality Gordon S. Lang School of

Lang's MSc in Tourism & Hospitality Management examines the economic, cultural and social principles that will shape tomorrow’s tourism and hospitality industry. You’ll develop a critical understanding of how research and knowledge are used to better understand the hospitality and tourism industry and the complexities of its management.

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6.6 Determinants of the Organizational Structure

6.6 Determinants of the Organizational Structure. The key functions that managers perform include planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. This module focuses specifically on the organizing function. Organizing involves coordinating and allocating a firm’s resources so that the firm can carry out its plans and achieve its goals.

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Hospitality and Tourism Management (BComm program

Program Facts. 4-year program (5 years with co-op option) 3 co-op terms (12 months total) 20% of current students participate in international exchanges. 1,200 hours of relevant industry work experience required to graduate. Lang's School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2019.

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Economic Costs and Environment Tradeoffs: A Meta-Analysis

Economic Costs and Environment Tradeoffs: A Meta-Analysis of Farm-Level Abatement Costs of Agricultural Beneficial Management Practices in Mitigating Excess Phosphorus Loss in Ontario by Yanan Liu A Thesis presented to The University of Guelph In partial fulfilment of requirements for the degree of Master of Science in

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The Economic Potential of a Hagersville By-pass

The Economic Potential of a Hagersville By-pass Transportation is a continuously evolving aspect of planning that requires long range forecasting and social and economic impact assessments. The ability to forecast the future in transportation is also based on current trends in housing, commercial and industrial development.

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Economic Assessment of Compliance Costs for Laying Hen

Economic Assessment of Compliance Costs for Laying Hen Farmers under the Nutrient Management Act and Clean Water Act of Ontario Patrick Afum Advisor: University of Guelph, 2014 Professor G. C. Fox This thesis investigates the …

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Property Rights, Institutional Change, and Economic

Property Rights, Institutional Change, and Economic Development: Essays on the Causes and Consequences of the First Nations Land Management Act by Liam D. Kelly A Thesis presented to The University of Guelph In Partial fulfilment of requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics

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Nikola Gradojevic Gordon S. Lang School of Business and

Nikola Gradojevic received the Ph.D. degree in financial economics from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Currently, he is a Professor of Finance in the Department of Economics and Finance, at the University of Guelph. He previously worked as the Head of Finance, Audit & Control Department at IÉSEG School of Management

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Thanasis Stengos Gordon S. Lang School of Business and

Measuring Human Development: A Stochastic Dominance Approach" Journal of Economic Growth, 2013, 18, 69-108 (with M. Pinar and N. Topaloglou) "Economic Development and the Return to Human Capital: A Smooth Coefficient Semiparametric Approach" Journal of Applied Econometrics, 2006, 21,111-132 (with T. Mamuneas and A. Savvides)

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Economic impact of the improvements on Fusarium head

Economic impact of the improvements on Fusarium head blight management in winter wheat in relation to modernization of agronomic practices Ruoxi Xia University of Guelph, 2019 Advisors: Dr. Art W. Schaafsma Dr. David C. Hooker Advisory Committee Dr. Felicia Wu Fusarium head blight (FHB) is an important disease of wheat that causes significant

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Impact of tillage and rotation on yield and economic

Economic Performance in Corn-based Cropping Systems A. Meyer-Aurich, K. Janovicek, W. Deen and A. Weersink This is the peer reviewed version of the following article: Meyer-Aurich, A., Janovicek, K., Deen, W., & Weersink, A. Impact of tillage and rotation on yield and economic performance in corn-based cropping systems. Agron J 98, 1204-1212

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ECON*1100 Introductory Macroeconomics Open Learning and

Course Description. This course looks at the Canadian Economy in terms of aggregate performance and policy; analysis of the determinants of national income, employment and the price level, and the role of government monetary and fiscal policies in improving the rate of economic growth. Note: This course can be taken individually or as a part of

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Contextualizing Youth Entrepreneurship: The Case of

economic development models, the character similarities that ‘youth’ and ‘entrepreneurs’ share and the rise in socioeconomic concerns related to youth globally. Youth entrepreneurial programming is meant to spark wealth creation and self-reliance premised on the innate skills and attributes of the youth generation. The programmatic

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Production practices and economic progress of Ontario beef

economic model for returns from conducting trichomoniasis testing of herd bulls based on three different scenarios. Each example herd has 3 bulls and 54 breeding females. It is assumed that each bull is positive for trichomoniasis in the µpoor¶ …

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Incentivizing Beneficial Management Practice Adoption to

economic-hydrologic modelling and policy instruments to improve water quality related to agriculture. The economic problem and economic research problem is discussed followed by the purpose and objectives of my thesis research. Finally, an outline of how this thesis progresses is presented. 1.1 Background

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Hydrologic-Economic Modeling of the Cost-Effectiveness and

HYDROLOGIC-ECONOMIC MODELING OF THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS AND TARGETING OF NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT IN THE GULLY CREEK WATERSHED, ONTARIO Christopher Mallon Advisors: University of Guelph, 2017 Dr. Wanhong Yang Dr. John Lindsay Agricultural best management practices (BMPs) contribute to reducing non-point source pollution to the Great …

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A Research Framework for Evaluating the Economic Benefits

A Research Framework for Evaluating the Economic Benefits of Antibiotics in Livestock Production: Lawsonia Intracellularis in Canadian Pig Production as an Example By Travis Jansen A Thesis presented to The University of Guelph In partial fulfilment of requirements for the degree of Master of Science In Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics

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ANIMAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMAN NEEDS AND WANTS

ANIMAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO HUMAN NEEDS AND WANTS Gordon King, Dept. of Animal & Poultry Science, University of Guelph. Humans keep domesticated animals because they provide something of value.

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