University Park, Pennsylvania November 6, 2017 Interviewed by Akram Khan The Optimal Bundle and PSUEA would like to thank Akram Khan and especially Professor Boyle for his advice to students exploring or undergoing an academic career in economics. ________ Dr. Austin Boyle is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Economics at the Pennsylvania State University – […]
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Thomas Jefferson once proclaimed that “the cornerstone of democracy rests on the foundation of an educated electorate.” In keeping with that ideal, the Print Education Committee solicited campaign platforms from each Executive Board candidate, and we’ve published them here to help you make an informed decision during the election on March 21st. Submitting responses to our questionnaire was […]
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By Peter Scharf “Last quarter it was just announced our Gross Domestic Product, a sign of strength, right? But not for us, it was below 0. Who ever heard of this? It’s never below zero.” While I try to make my writing as non-partisan as possible and eliminate all trace of bias, this piece will […]
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Use this URL to read the column from the April 10, 2015 edition of the Daily Collegian: http://www.collegian.psu.edu/opinion/columnists/article_b603f4e8-df11-11e4-b72f-0bfdb427b0e6.html
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This edition of the Optimal Bundle features the Oil Supply Glut, as Brent Crude index- a major benchmark of global oil prices- has fallen more than $50 per barrel since June 2014.
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