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Catawba address on journal

Catawba addresson journal
Thanks to Dr. Eric Hake, associate professor of economics, a leading academic journal, ěThe Journal of Economic Issuesî (JEI), is now being hosted by the Association For Evolutionary Economics (AFEE) with a professional address of Catawba College. Hake is secretary of AFEE.
JEI is published in March, June, September and December and is edited by Richard V. Adkisson, a member of the department of economics at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.
It is the primary international publishing outlet for scholarly articles with foundations in original institutional economics. It welcomes papers that apply institutional analysis to current and ongoing economic issues of social provisioning processes.
The potential spectrum of topics is broad, including public policy, economic development, environmental and ecological issues, education policy, economic stabilization, labor relations, monetary management and other topics.
Hake joined Catawbaís faculty in the Ketner School of Business at the beginning of the 2010-11 academic year. He had served in a tenure track position at Eastern Washington University since 2008, but joined the Ketner School of Business due in part to its strong tradition of producing successful and significant business leaders across the country.
He earned his bachelorís degree in history and his doctorate in economics from The University of Tennessee.

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