Dr. Darren Prokop and Dr. Barry Prentice have co-authored a new textbook applying modern microeconomics to the theory, planning, and policy-making involved in transportation. "Concepts of Transportation Economics" is a textbook designed to illuminate what the authors call "the world's largest invisible industry."
The College of Business and Public policy is currently accepting applications for the position of Computer Lab Consultant – Student Assistant C for the fall 2015 semester. This position is open to all currently enrolled students. Please visit uakjobs for more information or to apply.
Greek citizens rejected a bailout from the European Union Sunday, roiling world markets. Dr. John Nofsinger, the Seward Chair of International Finance at the University of Alaska Anchorage, joined the NewsHour Monday to discuss potential implications for Alaska.
CNN interviewed College of Business and Public Policy Professor Darren Prokop and other prominent persons in Alaska's transportation and construction sectors for a story focusing on how Alaska overcomes its unique environmental challenges and is getting ready for new opportunities in the Arctic and in international trade.
The paper “Pound wise and penny foolish? OTC stock investor behavior”, co-authored by College of Business and Public Policy's Professor John Nofsinger was published in Review of Behavioral Finance and has been selected by the journal’s editorial team as the Outstanding Paper in the 2015 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence.
On June 14th, Iuliia Chepurko presented her paper on financial restatements at the 43rd annual conference of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) in Halifax (Nova Scotia, Canada). ASAC is a conference where senior and junior academics, students and business professional come together to innovate organizational management.