The Economics department of the University of Mary Washington puts an emphasis on writing, speaking, computing, quantitative methods, and other research skills. Graduates of the program are equipped with a general education to lead productive lives in the twenty-first century. In the program, students learn to find and collect macro and microeconomic data from standard data sources (both print and electronic), how to generate one’s own data, hypothesis testing, regression analysis, and more. To find out more information, visit the Economics webpage.

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Submissions from 2016

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The Historian's Craft and Economics, Bradley A. Hansen and Mary Eschelbach Hansen

Submissions from 2014

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The Evolution of Garnishment and Wage Assignment Law in Illinois, Bradley A. Hansen and Mary Eschelbach Hansen

Submissions from 2008

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Religion, Social Capital, and Business Bankruptcy in the United States, 1921-1932, Bradley A. Hansen and Mary Eschelbach Hansen

Submissions from 2006

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New Evidence on Race Discrimination Under "Separate But Equal", Bradley A. Hansen and Mary Eschelbach Hansen

Submissions from 2005

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The Economics of Adoption of Children from Foster Care, Mary Eschelbach Hansen and Bradley A. Hansen

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The Role of Path Dependence in the Development of U.S. Bankruptcy Law, 1880-1938, Bradley A. Hansen and Mary Eschelbach Hansen