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Department News & Events

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Economics & Strategy Podcast

Podcast

A​ monthly podcast with industry professionals highlighting the use of economics and business strategy and decision making frameworks.

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Economics Student Conference

Economics Student Conference attendees

The annual conference gives us a chance to showcase the research students are doing in a variety of fields covered in their coursework.

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From the Chair                

Professor Krautmann

Departmental news, announcements, and the occasional quips and quotes from the chair of the economics department.

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Winter 2020 Schedule

Time: Tuesday, 1:30 - 3 p.m.

Jan. 14: Ralf Meisenzahl | Senior Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Location: DPC 8002
Jan. 28: Guido Lorenzoni | Breen Family Professor of Economics, Northwestern University
Location: DPC 8002
Feb. 11: Rishabh Kirpalani | Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Location: DPC 8014
Feb. 25: Fernando M. Martin | Research Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Location: DPC 8014
March 10: Giorgio Primiceri | Professor, Department of Economics, Northwestern University
Location: DPC 8014

The seminar series — for students, faculty and staff — features guest speakers from DePaul University as well as experts in the various fields of economics.

If you have any questions, are interested in meeting any of the speakers or joining our email list, contact Rafael Tenorio at rtenorio@depaul.edu.

March 13, 2020: Pricing Strategies for Executives and Entrepreneurs

From a business strategy perspective, we teach that firms should avoid competing on price because that can ultimately lead to a “race to the bottom.” However, pricing strategies are nuanced in this digital age because information is plentiful for both consumers and competitors.

Please join us as Kyle Westra, MBA in Business Strategy & Decision Making alumnus, discusses how pricing strategies are approached in the real world through the lens of his book, “The New Invisible Hand”.

A networking opportunity will immediately follow the presentation.

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Strategy Insights

For additional resources, event information and faculty insights, visit the Business Strategy & Decision-Making Insights blog.

Business Strategy & Decision-Making Insights



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