Author Archives: Mayo Toruño
The Winter Quarter Coyote Economist hit the newsstands last week. The lead article is by Professor Daniel MacDonald focusing on the political economic dynamics leading up to Trump’s win. You can also find information on student scholarships, ODE (the honor … Continue reading
Due to personal circumstances I have been absent for quite some time (years), doing no more than to post my department’s quarterly Coyote Economist. The clouds have been slowly parting and I’m beginning to feel alive once again. I’ve learned … Continue reading
Earlier this week I wrote an essay for our departmental newsletter, The Coyote Economist. In that piece I offer an assessment of the economic proposals of the top two presidential candidates, Clinton and Trump. A slightly amended version, I like … Continue reading
The Spring Quarter 2016 issue of the Coyote Economist is now available. The lead article, by your’s truly, is on Socialism. There are also articles on the newest addition to our department – Dr. Yasemin Dildar, the changing of the guard … Continue reading
The Winter Quarter 2016 issue of the Coyote Economist is now available. The lead article is by Daniel MacDonald, exploring the political economic context of the Fed’s most recent decision to increase the Federal Funds rate. There are also articles on … Continue reading
The Fall 2015 Coyote Economist has just been published. The lead article, written by Professor James Dulgeroff, looks at the plan by China and the U.S. to reduce greenhouse gases. This edition also has information on the End of the Quarter … Continue reading
The Spring Quarter 2015 Coyote Economist has just been published. You’ll find information on student research, the upcoming Seniors Reception, End of the Year Party and Commencement. The main article explores the on-going stagnation and the Neoliberal era.