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Anne York

Anne York

Program Director and Professor, Economics

119 Harris Hall
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Academic Credentials

Ph.D., North Carolina State University



Presentations

York, E. Anne and Steven Benko (2016).  "Interviewing Business Leaders to Develop Critical Thinking About Market Structure," presented at the 15th Annual Economics Teaching Workshop, Wilmington, NC.

Lenard, M.J., Yu, B., York, E.A., & Wu, S. (2016), "Are Companies Led by Women Less Likely to be Subject to Fraud Litigation?", presented at the Forensic Accounting Research Conference, Charlotte, NC. (DBS)

Yu, Bing, Lenard, M.J., York, E.A,. and Wu, S.X. (2015), "Women Leaders in Banking and Bank Risk," presented at the World Business Research Conference, Beijing, China.

Lenard, M.J., Yu, B., York, E.A. & Wu, S. (2014), "Impact of Board Gender Diversity on Bank Risk," presented at the Eastern Finance Association Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. (DBS)

Lenard, M.J., Yu, B., York, E.A. and Wu, S. (2014), "Impact of Audit Committee Gender Diversity on Bank Risk," presented at the Southwest American Accounting Association Meeting, Dallas, TX.

Dutton, Marilyn and York, E. Anne, (2009), "Wealth Accumulation and Religious Attitudes," presented at Western Economics Association International Conference, Vancouver, CA.

York, Anne. “Do Religious Beliefs Affect How Much Women Earn?” Women’s Studies Research Presentation, Meredith College, Raleigh, NC, April 7, 2008.



Awards

Laura Harrill Presidential Award, 2014

Pauline Davis Perry Award for Excellence in Research, 2000



Publications

Recent Refereed Publications

Lenard, M.J., York, E.A, and Yu, B. (2019). Female trustees and university financial performance. International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues 9(6), 60-66. https://www.econjournals.com/index.php/ijefi/article/view/8518

Yu, B., Lenard, M.J., York, E.A., and Wu, S. (2017). Female leadership in banking and bank risk. Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal 21(3), 1-19.

Lenard, M.J., Yu, B., York, E.A. and Wu, S. (2017). "Female business leaders and the incidence of fraud litigation."  Managerial Finance, Vol. 43, No. 1, 59-75.

York, E. Anne and Steven Benko (2016). "Interviewing Business Leaders to Develop Critical Thinking About Market Structure," Journal of Economics and Finance Education, Vo.  15, No. 3, 34-36.

Lenard, M.J., Yu, B., York, E.A. and Wu, S. (2014).  "Impact of Board Gender Diversity on Firm Risk," Managerial Finance, Vol. 40, No. 8

Lenard, M.J., Yu, B., and York, E.A. (2013), "Do Discretionary Accruals Help Distinguish Between Internal Control Weaknesses and Fraud", International Business Research, Vol. 6, No. 12, 84-93.

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.

Other Publications

York, Anne. “Google memo completely misses how implicit biases harm women.” The Conversation (August 21, 2017). Available at https://theconversation.com/google-memo-completely-misses-how-implicit-biases-harm-women-82568

York, E. Anne and Norwood, Maggy. "The Quality of Economics Instructional Videos on Youtube" (March 5, 2013).  Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2229289

York, Anne. "Men, Feel Liberated to Become Secretaries." CNNOpinion, (February 5, 2013).  Available at http://www.cnn.com/2013/02/05/opinion/york-male-secretaries

York, Anne. "Why Men should share equally in housework." CNNOpinion, (April 8, 2013).  Available at http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/08/opinion/york-equal-housework


Video

Click image of Anne York to watch Video Explaining the Gender Pay Gap

Meredith Minute - Explaining the Gender Pay Gap

You may have heard the statistic that a woman makes 80 cents for every dollar a man makes, but do you know what this gap really means? Anne York, professor of economics at Meredith College, offers insight on how the Gender Pay Gap is calculated and the factors that contribute to it.

Meredith Minute - Explaining the Gender Pay Gap

You may have heard the statistic that a woman makes 80 cents for every dollar a man makes, but do you know what this gap really means? Anne York, professor of economics at Meredith College, offers insight on how the Gender Pay Gap is calculated and the factors that contribute to it.

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