Faculty

Babatunde Aiyemo

Babatunde Aiyemo

Assistant Professor of Economics
Ph: 607-436-3186
Office: 223 Netzer Administration Building
Email: Babatunde.Aiyemo@oneonta.edu

Education: Ph.D., Southern Illinois University (2015); M.S., Southern Illinois University (2013)​​​

Bauer, Paul

Paul Bauer

Assistant Professor of Economics
Ph: 607-436-2842
Office: 222 Netzer Administration Building
Email: paul.bauer@oneonta.edu

Education: Ph.D., Economics,University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (1985); B.A., Economics and Mathematics, Texas Christian University (1981)

Professional experience: Economic Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland (1995-2009)

Kitissou, Kpoti

Kpoti Kitissou

Assistant Professor of Economics
Ph: 607-436-3532
Office: 330 Netzer Administration Building
Email: kpoti.kitissou@oneonta.edu

Education: Ph.D., Economics, Binghamton University, 2012; M.A., Economics, Binghamton University, 2007; B.S., Applied Mathematical Economics, SUNY Oswego, 2004

McAvoy, Michael

Michael McAvoy

Associate Professor of Economics
Ph: 607-436-3533
Office: 332B Netzer Administration Building
Email: Michael.McAvoy@oneonta.edu

Education: Ph.D., Economics, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (2001); M.A.S., Accounting, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (1992); B.A., Economics, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana (1991)

Recent Intellectual Contributions:

Learning & Pedagogical Research: Other Intellectual Contributions
McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), Hadsell, L. (Author Only), O'Dea, W. (Author Only), NYSEA 65th Annual Conference, "Matching Students' Deficit Reduction Choices in "The New York Times Deficit Reduction Project" to An Economic Ideology Measurement," New York State Economics Association, Farmingdale, New York. (October 6, 2012).

McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), Hadsell, L. (Author Only), O'Dea, W. (Author Only), NYSEA 64th Annual Conference, "Matching Students' Deficit Reduction Choices in "The New York Times Deficit Reduction Project" to An Economic Ideology Measurement," New York State Economics Association, Rochester, New York. (September 24, 2011).

McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), Hadsell, L. (Author Only), McGovern, J. (Author Only), NYSEA 63rd Annual Conference, "A Survey to Measure Economic Ideology in Principles Students," New York State Economic Association, Rochester, New York. (September 25, 2010).

Discipline-Based Scholarship: Peer Reviewed Journals
Hadsell, L., McAvoy, M., McGovern, J. (2013). Promoting Economic Literacy and Self-Awareness Through An Understanding of Economic Ideology. New York Economic Review, XLIV.

McAvoy, M. (2013). Assessing Consumer Preference for Hall of Fame Baseball Player Cards. The Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture, 2011-2012, 204-217.

McAvoy, M. (2006). How Were the Federal Reserve Bank Locations Selected?. Explorations in Economic History, 43(3), 505-526.

Discipline-Based Scholarship: Other Intellectual Contributions
McAvoy, M. (2006). Review of Banksters, Bosses, and Smart Money by Timothy Messer Kruse (4th ed., vol. 7, pp. 845-847). Enterprise and Society.

McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), NYSEA 66th Annual Conference, "Pay, Performance, and the Reserve Clause in Major League Baseball: The American Associations Cincinnati Club during the 1880s," New York State Economics Association, Farmingdale, New York. (October 5, 2013).

McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), Midwest Economics Association Annual Conference 2012, "Identifying Consumer Discrimination in Hall of Fame Baseball Player Cards," Midwest Economics Association, Evanston, Illinois. (March 31, 2012).

McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), 23rd Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture, "Assessing Consumer Preference for Hall of Fame Baseball Player Cards," SUNY Oneonta and National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, New York. (June 1, 2011).

McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), NYSEA 63rd Annual Conference, "The Development of the Gold Settlement Fund and the Beginning of Federal Control of Monetary Gold in the United States," New York State Economic Association, Rochester, New York. (September 25, 2010).

McAvoy, M. (Moderator), Winter, K. (Presenter Only), Newman, R. (Presenter Only), Rosen, J. N. (Presenter Only), Marlett, J. (Presenter Only), 21st Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture 2009, "Black Baseball (Moderator)," National Baseball Hall of Fame and SUNY Oneonta, Cooperstown, New York. (June 4, 2009).

McAvoy, M. (Presenter & Author), Annual Conference of the Economic and Business Historical Society, "The Development of the Gold Settlement Fund and the Beginning of Federal Control of U.S. Monetary Gold," Economic and Business Historical Society, Grand Rapids, Michigan. (April 25, 2009).

McAvoy, M., ECON 390 Senior Seminar in Economics, "How Were the Federal Reserve Bank Locations Selected?," State University of New York College at Oneonta, Oneonta, New York. (February 7, 2006).

Contributions to Practice: Other Intellectual Contributions
McAvoy, M., Hadsell, L., O'Dea, W. (2013). Economic Ideology and Deficit Reduction Choices: An Exercise to Engage Students in an Economics Principles Course (2012th ed., vol. 5, pp. http://nysea.bizland.com/nysea/publications/proceed/2012/Proceed_2012_p160.html). Farmingdale, New York: Proceedings of the New York State Economics Association.

McAvoy, M., O'Dea, W. (2012). Students’ Economic Ideology and Deficit Reduction Choices (2011th ed., vol. 4, pp. 107-116). Farmingdale, New York: Proceedings of the New York Economics Association.

McAvoy, M. (Moderator), Miller, M. R. (Presenter Only), Gulotty, C. D. (Presenter Only), Morgan McReynolds, M. D. E. (Presenter Only), Hayes, D. T. (Presenter Only), College and Community III, "Convener and Moderator for College and Community III," United University Professions Oneonta Chapter, Morris Conference Center, SUNY Oneonta. (April 27, 2010).

McAvoy, M. (Discussant), NYSEA 62nd Annual Conference, "Discussant "Forecasting the New York State Economy Using 'Terraced' VARs and Coincident Indices"," New York State Economic Association, Ithaca, New York. (October 17, 2009).

 

Md Ohiul Islam

Md Ohiul Islam

Lecturer
Ph: 607-436-2031
Office: 330 Netzer Administration Building
Email: MdOhiul.Islam@oneonta.edu
Website address: https://sites.google.com/view/mdohiulislam/home

Sirianni, Philip Associate Professor of Economics

Philip Sirianni

Associate Professor of Economics, Chair
Ph: 607-436-2448
Office: 324A Netzer Administration Building
Email: philip.sirianni@oneonta.edu

Education: Ph.D., Economics, Binghamton University, 2011; M.A., Economics, Binghamton University, 2007; B.A., Economics and Statistics, University of Rochester, 2002

Recent Intellectual Contributions:

"Amazon Prime Membership and Compensating/Equivalent Variation: A Teaching Tool." Journal of Economics and Finance Education, forthcoming

"Stock Price Reactions to the Paris Climate Agreement." with Kai Chen and Zhijian Huang, Quarterly Journal of Finance and Accounting, forthcoming

"Incorporating Sustainability and the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) into an Undergraduate Research Program," with Charlene Foley-Deno and Sara Stathopoulos, Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, Vol. 9(1), pp. 37-46, 2019.

"Would you put your money where your carbon is? Survey evidence from commuters to a college campus," with William O'Dea and Zachary VanEarden, New York Economic Review, Vol. 48, pp. 51-71, 2017.

“A class activity on the income and substitution effects of a price change.” Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Vol. 16(3), pp. 23-34, 2017.

“Carbon efficiency of US colleges and universities: A nonparametric assessment,” with Michael O’Hara, Applied Economics, Vol. 49(11), pp. 1083-1097, 2017. Supplemental File. [Published online August 2016.]

“Do actions speak as loud as words? Commitments to ‘going green’ on campus,” with Michael O’Hara, Contemporary Economic Policy, Vol. 32(2), pp. 503-519, 2014.

“Endogenous environmental discounting and climate-economy modeling.” In: Richardson, Robert B. (ed.), Building a Green Economy: Perspectives from Ecological Economics. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2013.

“Balancing contemporary fairness and historical justice: A ‘quasi-equitable’ proposal for greenhouse gas mitigations,” with Zili Yang, Energy Economics, Vol. 32(5), pp. 1121-1130, 2010.

Christine Storrie

Christine Storrie

Assistant Professor of Economics
Ph: 607-436-3602
Office: 324B Netzer Administration Building
Email: Christine.storrie@oneonta.edu

Fall 2020 Office Hours
Tuesday/Thursday: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Wednesday: 1:00-2:00 pm

Link to Join office hours

Education: Ph.D., Economics, University of Delaware (2015); M.S., Economics and Applied Econometrics, University of Delaware (2013); M.B.A., Business Administration, Widener University (2005); B.S., Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management, East Stroudsburg University (1995)

Recent Intellectual Contributions

Storrie, Christine L. “The Economics of Cupcakes: A Class Activity on the Law of Diminishing Marginal Product.” Journal for Economic Educators, (Forthcoming)

Storrie, Christine L. "The US Housing Bubble: Implications for Monetary Policy and the Global Supply of Saving." Journal of Applied Business and Economics 21.8 (2019).

Storrie, Christine L., and Melissa R. Voyer. "Examining the Relationship Between Capacity Utilization and Inflation." New York Economic Review (2019): 46.

Storrie, Christine L. "Demystifying Bubbles In Asset Prices." Pennsylvania Economic Review (2018): 78.C

Conference Presentations

“The Impact of Childhood Sexual and Physical Abuse on Socioeconomic Outcomes” with Kpoti Kitissou and Anthony Messina (Poster Presentation) Life of the Mind, SUNY Oneonta, November 2019

“The Economics of Cupcakes: A Class Activity on the Law of Diminishing Marginal Product” (Presenter and Author), New York State Economics Association Annual Meetings, St. John Fischer College, September 2019

“The U.S. Gender Earnings Gap: A State-Level Analysis” with Taylor Lee and Kpoti Kitissou (Presenter and Author), Eastern Economics Association Annual Conference, New York, NY, April 2019

“Fed Challenge in the Classroom, a Panel Discussion” (Panelist), Eastern Economics Association Annual Conference, New York, NY, April 2019

“The Gender Wage Differential in the New Millenia: An Analysis of the United States 2000-2017” with Taylor Lee(Presenter and Author), SUNY Oneonta Economics Club, December 2018.

“The Economics of Cupcakes: A Class Activity on the Law of Diminishing Marginal Product” (Poster Presentation), Life of the Mind, SUNY Oneonta, November 2018

“The U.S Housing Bubble: Implications for Monetary Policy and the Global Supply of Savings” (Poster Presentation), Life of the Mind, SUNY Oneonta, November, 2017

“The U.S Housing Bubble: Implications for Monetary Policy and the Global Supply of Savings”
(Presenter and Author), New York State Economics Association Annual Meetings, Farmingdale State College, October 2017

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