In The Spotlight
Accounting major Jennifer Martin was a winner of this year’s SU New Student Reader essay contest. www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7477
Frank Shipper recently presented at the annual Business Fights Poverty conference, held at the University of Oxford in England. www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7519
Tom Calo, Julie Gittleman, Dick Hoffman, Sonja Kolstoe and Mike Koval were accepted into the Faculty Fellows program for Business Honors. We had five faculty apply and all five were accepted. Not all applicants for the program were accepted, in general, and we ended up representing about a third of the final participants. Ani Mathers coordinated all the efforts for our Business Honors Program.
Dr. Ying Wu’s 1994 book, An Analysis of Credit and Equilibrium Credit Rationing, is selected for reprinting by Routledge, the world’s leading academic publisher in the humanities and social sciences, as one of the 10 volumes of Routledge Library Editions: Monetary Economics, which has been published in 2017 for worldwide libraries. As described by the publisher: “The volumes in this set, originally published between 1934 and 1994, draw together research by leading academics in the area of monetary economics and provide a rigorous examination of related key issues.” Dr. Wu’s theory contributes to the literature in the areas of equilibrium credit rationing and its role in both determining the behavior of interest rates and transmitting monetary shocks to the real sector; the pertinent findings can be tested against empirical evidence in further work.