Economics Review at NYU

Economics Review at NYU An NYU undergraduate organization that publishes student articles, essays and research papers in an online and print publication. Our content focuses on economic theory, policy and associated fields such as law, business, and politics.

Founded in 2015, The Economics Review At NYU is an undergraduate organization that publishes student articles, essays and research papers in an online and print publication. The Economics Review is entirely led, organized, and operated by NYU students. We encourage not only the ambitious students of Economics to contribute to the Review, but also all students, regardless of their school, field or degree level.

Mission: Our goal is to provide all interested NYU students with the opportunities to conduct research, get published and advance future career prospects. The student-led editorial staff works with in-house and freelance writers to improve research and writing skills and to produce content that will encourage debate and awareness among undergraduates.

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The European Central Bank (ECB) is in charge of the second-largest currency in circulation after the U.S Dollar: The Eur...
10/21/2020
The Leak That is Preventing the ECB from Reaching its Potential

The European Central Bank (ECB) is in charge of the second-largest currency in circulation after the U.S Dollar: The Euro. The currency with the greatest potential to one day replace the US Dollar as the world’s reserve currency, the Euro is under greater scrutinization than ever to be a stable and predictable currency.

Article by Avi Gupta
Edited by Kevin Kang

https://theeconreview.com/2020/07/16/the-leak-that-is-preventing-the-ecb-from-reaching-its-potential/

After the economic shock of Covid-19, a deeper inspection of the ECB’s systematic problems is necessary to prepare for the next economic recession.

Do you enjoy economics, business, geopolitics, or current affairs? Or are you just passionate about writing or editing? ...
09/14/2020

Do you enjoy economics, business, geopolitics, or current affairs? Or are you just passionate about writing or editing? Do you want to apply your interests beyond the classroom and be part of a community of like-minded peers? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, this is the place for you!

The application for Writers & Editors for The Economics Review’s Online Publication is now LIVE! Join us this Fall for the opportunity to get published, build your network, and engage in economic discourse! Undergraduate students from all majors and NYU schools are welcome to apply!

Application link: https://forms.gle/HaMwyZQF3pgNWGg67
Deadline: Saturday, September 19 at 11:59 pm EST

The Economics Review is back for the Fall 2020 semester! Applications for both Writers and Editors for the Online Public...
09/05/2020

The Economics Review is back for the Fall 2020 semester! Applications for both Writers and Editors for the Online Publication will be going live on September 13th, but until then, please fill out the interest form: https://forms.gle/hxqi6TrQgELA7LKP7! More information on recruitment and applications will be posted shortly.

If you are interested in getting your research published, the applications for our Print Publication are currently open, you can find the information flyer and application link here: https://theeconreview.com/publication/

Interested in writing for The Economics Review at NYU? Now is your chance! Applications for writers and editors for our ...
06/20/2020

Interested in writing for The Economics Review at NYU? Now is your chance! Applications for writers and editors for our print publication is now open. We encourage students from all around the country to join us here at The Economics Review. We look forward to reading your papers! Apply here:
https://forms.gle/HTFmLn9hJRPaZMEV9

For more information, please reach out to: [email protected] or our Managing Editor of the Print Publication, Martina Castellanos at [email protected].

Hey everyone! Adventis will be coming back to NYU for another financial modeling bootcamp. It's an incredible opportunit...
03/05/2020
Adventis

Hey everyone! Adventis will be coming back to NYU for another financial modeling bootcamp. It's an incredible opportunity to gain some applicable skills and learn finance fundamentals!

If you're interested, contact Cameron Taheri for more information.

The FMC Program is an intensive, 2-day boot camp that provides hands-on financial modeling training. Adventis’ unique training style consists of having students build financial models and analyses entirely from scratch, while explaining key concepts along the way. This approach enables students to...

Roshni Rangwani writes that North Korean leaders may resort to participating in the international drug trade because of ...
02/18/2020
Ice, Ice Baby: The Perfect Storm of North Korean Crystal Meth

Roshni Rangwani writes that North Korean leaders may resort to participating in the international drug trade because of heavy tariffs that continue to choke the economy.

As tariffs continue to tighten their chokehold on the North Korean economy, its leaders may be resorting to an old standby for relief: the international drug trade.

Welcome back, NYU! Our first meeting is tomorrow, February 4th, in Kimmel 910 @ 3:30pm. See you there!
02/04/2020

Welcome back, NYU! Our first meeting is tomorrow, February 4th, in Kimmel 910 @ 3:30pm. See you there!

Are you writing a research paper for class on trade and industry? Are you interested in pursuing an independent research...
10/16/2019

Are you writing a research paper for class on trade and industry? Are you interested in pursuing an independent research project to be published in our fall print edition? Submit your work to [email protected] by November 17th to be considered! #economics #trade #industry #publication #nyu

Is Modern Monetary Theory a groundbreaking new economic theory or a false promise?
09/16/2019
Modern Monetary Theory

Is Modern Monetary Theory a groundbreaking new economic theory or a false promise?

Is Modern Monetary Theory a groundbreaking new economic theory or a false promise?

What does it all mean for commercial real estate property values, returns, and capitalization rates? Patricia Medina inv...
09/08/2019
How a Pause in Interest Rates Affects Commercial Real Estate

What does it all mean for commercial real estate property values, returns, and capitalization rates? Patricia Medina investigates.

By: Patricia Medina The U.S. Federal Reserve is on pause hiking interest rates. What does it all mean for commercial real estate property values, returns, and capitalization rates? On February 20, …

Are you a writer or editor? Are you interested in economics, politics, business, law, and more? We're the club for you! ...
09/04/2019

Are you a writer or editor? Are you interested in economics, politics, business, law, and more? We're the club for you! Check us out at Club Fest today, located in Kimmel from 1-6pm!

05/09/2019
TOMORROW is the last day for submissions! Don't forget to send us your research papers by midnight on Monday, April 15th...
04/14/2019

TOMORROW is the last day for submissions! Don't forget to send us your research papers by midnight on Monday, April 15th!

We have EXTENDED our submission deadline for our Spring 2019 Publication to MONDAY, 15th April! If you haven't already s...
04/10/2019

We have EXTENDED our submission deadline for our Spring 2019 Publication to MONDAY, 15th April! If you haven't already sent in your research papers, there's still time!

If you have any questions, reach out to us on any of our social media or via email at [email protected]!

Alper Karakas points out that Google Maps’ large size seems to be a foe of a fair market, but maybe it’s not all bad. Re...
04/04/2019
Google Maps:Friendly Giant?

Alper Karakas points out that Google Maps’ large size seems to be a foe of a fair market, but maybe it’s not all bad. Read what he has to say here:

Google Maps’ large size seems to be a foe of a fair market, but maybe, it’s not all bad.

There's still time to submit your research papers to be published in our Spring 2019 edition! Don't miss out!Deadline: A...
04/02/2019

There's still time to submit your research papers to be published in our Spring 2019 edition! Don't miss out!

Deadline: APRIL 5TH 2019

There's still a week left to submit your research papers for our Spring Publication! Don't miss out on the opportunity t...
03/28/2019

There's still a week left to submit your research papers for our Spring Publication! Don't miss out on the opportunity to get published!

Deadline: 5th April 2019

Looking for an opportunity to get your research published? We are currently accepting submissions for our Spring 2019 Publication! This edition will focus on TECHNOLOGY and SUSTAINABILITY, along with our usual accepted topics!

We look forward to reading your work!

Deadline for Submissions: April 5th 2019

Christina Gayton writes about the Unconventional Ways to Flaunt Wealth through Fashion: "Social relations are complex, p...
03/24/2019
Unconventional Ways to Flaunt Wealth through Fashion

Christina Gayton writes about the Unconventional Ways to Flaunt Wealth through Fashion: "Social relations are complex, particularly as increased global productivite democratizes formerly luxury, exclusive goods."
https://theeconreview.com/2019/03/23/unconventional-ways-to-flaunt-wealth-through-fashion/

Social relations are complex, particularly as increased global productivite democratizes formerly luxury, exclusive goods. By: Christina Gayton In The Theory of the Leisure Class, Thorstein Veblen …

Looking for an opportunity to get your research published? We are currently accepting submissions for our Spring 2019 Pu...
03/08/2019

Looking for an opportunity to get your research published? We are currently accepting submissions for our Spring 2019 Publication! This edition will focus on TECHNOLOGY and SUSTAINABILITY, along with our usual accepted topics!

We look forward to reading your work!

Deadline for Submissions: April 5th 2019

Jeremy Rifkin  theorized a new vision of how to transform the global economic dynamic in an efficient and sustainable ma...
02/05/2019
In the Words of Jeremy Rifkin: A Third Industrial Revolution

Jeremy Rifkin theorized a new vision of how to transform the global economic dynamic in an efficient and sustainable manner.

Jeremy Rifkin theorized a new vision of how to transform the global economic dynamic in an efficient and sustainable manner.

Skill Spreads are widening and need to be closed to better secure a more productive economic future. Read more here:
02/05/2019
The Skills Gap

Skill Spreads are widening and need to be closed to better secure a more productive economic future.

Read more here:

Skill Spreads are widening and need to be closed to better secure a more productive economic future.

Is the new Nafta the definition of a good deal?Read more here:
02/02/2019
Impacts of the New NAFTA

Is the new Nafta the definition of a good deal?

Read more here:

Is the new Nafta the definition of a good deal?

It’s safe to say that at one point or another, everyone considering (or enrolled in) a liberal education has pondered wh...
02/01/2019
Liberal Arts v. Vocational Education: Finding Common Ground

It’s safe to say that at one point or another, everyone considering (or enrolled in) a liberal education has pondered what it yields for them in the future and whether the financial value of it is worth investing in.

It’s safe to say that at one point or another, everyone considering (or enrolled in) a liberal education has pondered what it yields for them in the future and whether the financial value of it is …

We are excited to present a 3 part series on Japan's economy, particularly focusing on the economic and political reform...
01/31/2019
Abenomics: Visiting the Future

We are excited to present a 3 part series on Japan's economy, particularly focusing on the economic and political reforms of current prime minister Shinzo Abe, collectively known as "Abenomics."

Here is Part 3 of the Series: Will the 2020 Summer Olympics games, be enough to help Shinzo Abe’s sluggish economy?

Will the 2020 Summer Olympics games, be enough to help Shinzo Abe’s sluggish economy?

China’s response to these tariffs could shed light on its ability to restructure its food trade in volatile global marke...
01/31/2019
Strengthening Chinese Food Supply Resilience with strategic Asian partnerships

China’s response to these tariffs could shed light on its ability to restructure its food trade in volatile global markets and provide insight into future food sources and the road ahead for the global food market.

China’s response to these tariffs could shed light on its ability to restructure its food trade in volatile global markets and provide insight into future food sources and the road ahead for the gl…

Every year, 40 million tons of food are thrown away in the U.S. alone. That’s the equivalent of 182 billion New York bag...
01/31/2019
Food Waste Economics

Every year, 40 million tons of food are thrown away in the U.S. alone. That’s the equivalent of 182 billion New York bagels, which is approximately enough to feed one billion people

The true cost of lost calories?

Read more here:

The hidden costs of lost calories

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