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Virtual VITA will run from Thursday, February 4th to Sunday, April 11th. Communications will be held through Facetime or Zoom.
Hunter College and the African School of Economics invite applications for admission to their Masters in Economics for the 2021-22 academic year.
In the summer of 2020, Hunter offered, for the first time ever, an Accounting “Boot Camp” for Hunter prospective MS in Accounting students.
A career in economics...it's much more than you think.
Hunter’s Accounting Program has been ranked #4 in Most Affordable and #12 Overall.
Leslie F. Seidman was the guest lecturer in Professor Tan’s ECO 79584 Masters Data Analytics for Accounting and Finance Course.
The Department of Economics is proud to announce that seven of its students have won awards.
Professor Sangeeta Pratap's abstract to be featured in The American Economic Review, Volume 110.
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Professor Chernick’s co-authors are David Copeland at Georgia State University and Andrew Reschovsky at the University of Wisconsin.
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Hunter will work with the African School of Economics to help students pursue advanced degrees in economics, including a master’s at Hunter.
Reach out to to any applicable Hunter Programs to inquire about extensions to deadlines.
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President Raab, with the support of Hunter’s loyal donors and alumni, has created the Coronavirus Emergency Assistance Fund.
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Lawyers and legal experts will be on campus to review DACA renewal applications and materials, and answer any questions.
Economics Professor Ken McLaughlin recently discussed his research on employment and federal minimum wage hikes at the American Economic Association.
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Several Hunter students recently attended The Economic Club of New York dinner, which was held on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.
Nicholas Kristof explains that getting an education involves gaining a toolbelt, and economics and statistics offer helpful tools.
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Two Hunter Accounting students, Ms. Marlene Uraga and Ms. Ying Weng, have received $2,500 scholarships from the NYSSCPA.
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Economics Professor Devra Golbe currently serves on the board of the New York Independent Budget Office.
Two Hunter economics professors, Monica Deza and Partha Deb, each have recent articles mentioned in the news.
The Department of Economics is proud to announce that four students received SEC & FASB internships.
We asked two Hunter Accounting students, Mr. Sebastian Siavichay and Ms. Sadia Shamim, to share their experience and advice about getting ...
Professor Honig maintained an active research career in labor economics in addition to her administrative, teaching, and advisory duties.
Getting a bachelor’s degree in Economics will pay off — big time.