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Dr. Anne York
Director of Accreditation and Assessment and Associate Professor, Gender and the Economy, Labor Economics
With Meredith since 1999
Ph.D., NC State University
Office Location: Harris 119
Telephone Number: 919-760-8483
Fax Number: 919-760-8470
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Principles of Micro and Macroeconomics; MBA Economics; Gender and the Economy
Gender equality in the workplace and household; Scholarship of online and multimedia teaching.
Recent Refereed Publications
York, E. Anne and Marilyn Dutton. "Religious Beliefs and Wealth Accumulation." Journal of Business and Economic Research, 10 (2012), 407-418.
York, E. Anne. “Gender Differences in the College and Career Aspirations of High School Valedictorians. " Journal of Advanced Academics, 19 (2008): 578-600. (DBS)
York, E. Anne, Steven A. Benko, and Jane E. Barnes. "Ethics Across the Curriculum: Application to Economics." Journal of Economics and Finance Education, 6.2 (2007): 56-64. (www.jeandfe.org)
Dutton, Marilyn and York, E. Anne, (2009). "Wealth Accumulation and Religious Attitudes," presented at Western Economics Association International Conference, Vancouver, CA.
York, E. Anne and Norwood, Maggy. "The Quality of Economics Instructional Videos on Youtube" (March 5, 2013).
Available at SSRN: www.srnn.com
York, Anne. "Men, Feel Liberated to Become Secretaries." CNNOpinion, (February 5, 2013). Available at www.cnn.com
York, Anne. “Why men should share equally in housework”. CNNOpinion, (April 8, 2013). Available at www.cnn.com
York, Anne. “Do Religious Beliefs Affect How Much Women Earn?” Women’s Studies Research Presentation, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC, April 7, 2008.
Pauline Davis Perry Award for Excellence in Research, 2000