ECONOMICS AND DATA SCIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
Research Group News
Dr. Xi He joins Steinbach Research Group
Dr. Xi He joins the research team of Dr. Sandro Steinbach as postdoctoral research. Xi completed her graduate research at the University of Connecticut in August 2019 and will work with Dr. Steinbach's on his research grant funded by USDA NIFA for the coming two years.
Undergraduate Teaching (ARE 3221 and ARE 4217)
Dr. Sandro Steinbach offers two undergraduate courses during the Fall semester of 2019. The courses are entitled "Managerial Economics and Business Strategies" (ARE 3221) and "Business Finance and Investment Management" (ARE 4217).
AAEA Annual Conference 2019 (Atlanta)
Dr. Sandro Steinbach presents his research on the impact of exchange rate volatility on international food trade and Dr. Sandro Steinbach and Xiting Zhuang present their research on environmental trade standards and global waste trade.
Publication in the European Journal of Health Economics
Dr. Sandro Steinbach published his research on the impact of air pollution on hospital admission in Switzerland in the European Journal of Health Economics. This research article is joint work with Massimo Filippini and Giuliano Masiero.
USDA NIFA - Hatch Grant
Dr. Sandro Steinbach was nominated by the Agricultural Experimental Station of the University of Connecticut to receive funding for his research on foreign direct investment in the U.S. food industry.
USDA NIFA - AFRI Grant
Dr. Sandro Steinbach wins research grant on trade wars and international food trade with Colin A. Carter (UC Davis) from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture of the United States Department of Agriculture.
Working Paper on Antidepressant Consumption and Mental Health
Dr. Sandro Steinbach published a working paper with Giuliano Masiero and Fabrizio Mazzonna entitled "The effect of local growth in antidepressant consumption on mental health outcomes". The working paper is published as an IdEP Economic Papers.
Seminar Presentation at the University of Connecticut (Storrs)
Dr. Sandro Steinbach gave a presentation at the Agricultural and Resource Economics Seminar on his research investigating the impact of trade remedies on U.S. food trade. The paper is also available as NBER working paper.
Undergraduate Teaching (ARE 3221)
Dr. Sandro Steinbach offers one undergraduate courses during the Spring semester of 2019. The course is entitled "Managerial Economics and Business Strategies" (ARE 3221).