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Student lauds residence experience in pandemic

Student lauds residence experience in pandemic

With his family in India and friends scattered around the globe, Moiz Rajwani will always treasure the support he received from his Western family in his home away from home. Rajwani – who will enter his third year of philosophy, politics and economic …

Whalley receives Killam Award

No stranger to accolades during his storied career, Western Economics professor John Whalley has added a top Canadian research honour to his portfolio – the 2012 Killam Prize.

Putting the fun back in finance

When Jeannie Gillmore looks out at her first-year macroeconomics class, she doesn’t see a sea of 435 faces. Instead, she sees individuals with different backgrounds and stories to share.

Wintrobe receives CIGI-INET research grant

Wintrobe receives CIGI-INET research grant

University of Western Ontario economics professor Ronald Wintrobe is one of four Canadian recipients of a research grant from the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET).

University dropout rates tied to preparedness, not laziness

University dropout rates tied to preparedness, not laziness

Approximately 40 per cent of students who drop out of university do so because of what they learn about their own academic ability, based primarily on the grades they receive after arriving on campus, according to new research from The University of Western Ontario.

Life among the talking heads

Life among the talking heads

Tim Conley admits he does not have ‘The Number.’ He has ‘A Number’, even ‘A Really Good Number’ if you account for the limited information he worked with at the time. He realizes, however, after a few more months of research, he will have ‘A Different Number’ to present to the world. But he wonders if anyone will care by that time.

Whalley receives Killam Award

No stranger to accolades during his storied career, Western Economics professor John Whalley has added a top Canadian research honour to his portfolio – the 2012 Killam Prize.

Putting the fun back in finance

When Jeannie Gillmore looks out at her first-year macroeconomics class, she doesn’t see a sea of 435 faces. Instead, she sees individuals with different backgrounds and stories to share.

Wintrobe receives CIGI-INET research grant

Wintrobe receives CIGI-INET research grant

University of Western Ontario economics professor Ronald Wintrobe is one of four Canadian recipients of a research grant from the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET).

University dropout rates tied to preparedness, not laziness

University dropout rates tied to preparedness, not laziness

Approximately 40 per cent of students who drop out of university do so because of what they learn about their own academic ability, based primarily on the grades they receive after arriving on campus, according to new research from The University of Western Ontario.

Life among the talking heads

Life among the talking heads

Tim Conley admits he does not have ‘The Number.’ He has ‘A Number’, even ‘A Really Good Number’ if you account for the limited information he worked with at the time. He realizes, however, after a few more months of research, he will have ‘A Different Number’ to present to the world. But he wonders if anyone will care by that time.