GMU Economics Society

GMU Economics Society A student organization that promotes the economic way of thinking. The GMU Economics Society organizes lecture series, discussion sessions, and other interactions between professional economists and students.

For Fall 2011, we will meet every other Wednesday at 7:20pm in Enterprise 318 for the Reading Discussion group (starting September 14th) and the casual meeting and discussion session called EconSquawk (beginning September 28th). We will also have a monthly Economic Liberty Lecture Series and Law & Economics Seminar and other lectures throughout the semester. Don't forget to join our Facebook group and Follow us on Twitter @gmueconsociety! President: Carly Reddig Vice President: Kole Reddig Secretary: Rachel Ellis Treasurer: Jamie Miller Marketing Chair: Andrew Boehnlein Social Chair: Matthew Dodson Communications Chair: Ian Brown Discussion Group Leader: Cole Terlesky

Mission: The Economics Society is committed to the personal, professional, and academic development of all students interested in the study of economics. We hope to meet the unique goals and desires of our members.

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GMU Economics Society Newsletter
03/22/2015
GMU Economics Society Newsletter

GMU Economics Society Newsletter

The F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center (directed by Prof. Peter Boettke with associate director Prof. Christopher Coyne) is looking for a program associate to join our team. The PPE Program is an established academic research program d…

Today at 1:30 in George's (3rd floor JC)!
12/01/2014

Today at 1:30 in George's (3rd floor JC)!

11/18/2014

REMINDER: Executive Board meeting tonight in JC 320A at 5:30. This is the perfect chance to get more involved with Econ Society or to share your idea for a great event.

TONIGHT: Undergraduate Economics Alumni Career Panel at 7:00pm in Enterprise 80.  Come out and listen to alumni from GMU...
11/13/2014

TONIGHT: Undergraduate Economics Alumni Career Panel at 7:00pm in Enterprise 80. Come out and listen to alumni from GMU's Economics Program talk about their career paths and how Mason prepared them. There will be a Q&A session with a reception following the event.

11/05/2014

Are you looking for opportunities to turn your passion for economic freedom and free societies into a career? A recruiter from the Charles Koch Institute will be on campus November 5th at 7:30pm in Enterprise 318 to discuss paid professional education opportunities through a liberty minded non-profit! Instead of the usual pizza, this week's free food will be a nacho bar!

There are still spots open to attend the "Liberty, Free Markets, and Moral Character?" conference at Clemson University ...
05/09/2014
Liberty, Free Marketes, and Moral Character

There are still spots open to attend the "Liberty, Free Markets, and Moral Character?" conference at Clemson University (May 22-25).

See here for info: http://www.clemson.edu/capitalism/studentconference.html

Applying is easy: send an email to Sara Morrison ([email protected]) with your full name, phone number, and birthday.

The Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism is pleased to announce that it will be holding its eighth annual summer conference for undergraduate and graduate students on Liberty, Free Markets and Moral Character over Memorial Day Weekend 2014 (May 22 - May 25) on the campus of Clemson Universi…

GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/28/2014
04/28/2014
GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/28/2014

GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/28/2014

The third lecture in the Economic Liberty Lecture Series will feature Walter Block via Skype.5:30 pm – Pizza6:00 pm – Talk with Q&A via Skype8:00 pm – Social hour at Brion’s GrilleWalter Block earned his PhD in Economics at Columbia University. He is an author, editor, and co-editor of many books wh…

GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/21/2014
04/21/2014
GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/21/2014

GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/21/2014

Interested in going to grad school? Make sure you have your ducks in a row before it's too late. This information session will explore what you need to apply to graduate school in any of the PPE disciplines: philosophy, political science, and economics.

GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/14/2014
04/14/2014
GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/14/2014

GMU Economics Society Newsletter for 04/14/2014

President of the Future of Freedom Foundation (FFF), Jacob Hornberger, will lead us in discussion about the concept of economic liberty within the context of decisions made by the U.S. Supreme Court. In our law and economics seminar this semester, we will discuss Legal Tender Cases. Recommended read...

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