Tag Archives: economics

Think before you speak!!

My 60 second pitch to help improve the world would be to “Think Before You Speak.” A big part of our success as being an effective communicator is not only learning what to say, but what NOT to say. The … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging | Tagged , , , , , , , | 5 Comments


I, like many Bucknellians, enjoy the occasional midnight snack. What I, like many other Bucknellians, do not enjoy, is attempting to find a late hour only to come up with the default, Dominoes. Now, I do not have any problem … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Cases (Real World), Society | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Tech-In Wednesday About Occupy WallStreet and The Economy

Learn more about #Occupy Wall St. OccupyColleges Teach In – Wednesday, Nov. 2nd 5Pm – 6:30 in OLIN 268 Bucknell Panel Featuring: Professor Kim Daubman, Psychology, Professor Hilbourne Watson, Inter-national Relations, Professor Jordi Comas, Management See also the Occupy Colleges … Continue reading

Posted in Cases (Real World), Equality, Social Science, Society | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Panel on Debt, Politics, and Economic Policy next Monday

Hi all- This panel of professors will address the debt ceiling debate and the larger issues around it.  This is related to the financial sector as we studied it.  Please go!  Feel free to blog your thoughts about the panel … Continue reading

Posted in Class, Social Science | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Perfect Solution of All Economics

Recently, the central bankers of the Fed, IMF, and the European Central Bank took their talents to Jackson Hole, WY to try and address the world’s current economic climate.  The result:  blame it on the governments’.  Can you blame them? … Continue reading

Posted in Class | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

First Blog Ideas

This week, I am just aiming for you to get a post up on the blog. At a minimum, write one paragraph about some topic or idea from the class. Here is a little list of questions I had of … Continue reading

Posted in Class | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments