Hear a replay of the interview with Assistant Professor of Economics, Lance Howe, December 24 at 9am and December 27 at 5pm on KRUA, 88.1, The Edge.
On Thursday, December 6, at 5pm, Assistant Professor of Economics, Lance Howe, spoke on Informania about the Experimental Economics Laboratory at the University of Alaska Anchorage.
Professor Howe shared information about the history of economics, starting with Adam Smith, “the father of economics.”
Professor Howe also shared information about the influence of experimental economics by Dr. Vernon Smith, Nobel Prize winner in Economics in 2002. Vernon Smith (http://economics.gmu.edu/people/vsmithemeritus) has been a great asset in the development of Experimental Economics at the University of Alaska Anchorage. Dr. Smith was the first Rasmuson Chair of Economics at UAA in 2003. What a first-rate way to begin a successful experimental economics program!
Lance Howe also shared information about the International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE), inspired by Dr. Vernon Smith and Mary Caslin Ross. IFREE supports research and education in experimental economics. IFREE has sponsored experimental economics workshops at UAA. For more information, go to: http://www.ifreeweb.org/about/index.php.
Read about Exploring Frontier Economics in Alaska, by IFREE Alumni Kyle Hampton at http://www.ifreeweb.org/WhatWeDo/FrontierEconAlaska.php
For information about the Experimental Economics Lab in the College of Business and Public Policy at the University of Alaska Anchorage, go to: http://econlab.uaa.alaska.edu/