Daily play of multiplayer online games lifts math test scores for teenagers, but only for boys, widening the gender gap among male and female teens, new research from economist Nicole Fortin has found.
Information technology jobs outpace most other jobs in productivity and growth since 2004: UBC-MIT study
Jobs in information technology are providing American workers with long-lasting financial stability, suggests new research from UBC and MIT.
Siwan Anderson has won this year’s John Rae Prize from the Canadian Economics Association, becoming the first woman to receive the award.
June 11, 2018 | Tagged: Bachelor of International Economics
Seven graduating BIE students were recognized for their academic achievement at this year’s graduation reception.
April 23, 2018 | Tagged: Bachelor of International Economics
Bachelor of International Economics student Amir Hemani is headed to Hong Kong.
One frequently proclaimed advantage of single-payer health care is its potential to reduce administrative costs, but new VSE research calls that assumption into question.