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Dehzooei publishes paper on subsidies

Dr. Mohammad Dehzooei, assistant professor of economics, has published a working paper on the impact of removing subsidies on household welfare and government budget. Dehzooei's paper, which is published by the World Bank, shows that when governments want to reduce subsidies for commodities like gasoline, a good option for them is to distribute the proceedings among households in the form of cash. The overall effect of removing subsidies and cash payments is to increase the welfare of households.

Dehzooei advice featured on WalletHub

Dr. Mohammad Dehzooei, assistant professor of economics, was recently featured on the credit and personal finance website WalletHub. Dehzooei’s advice for consumers who are considering appling for credit was featured in an “Ask the Experts” column. nHe also discussed differences between purchasing in cash and credit card from the point of view of businesses. 

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Fisk publishes paper in peer-reviewed journal

Gary Fisk, Professor of Psychology, published “Binary vs. continuous experimental designs for the study of unconscious perceptual processing” in the peer-reviewed journal Consciousness and Cognition. Two experimental designs were compared for studying unconscious perceptual processes. The findings suggest that experimental designs based on continuous scales are the most informative for interpreting research in this field. The data in this project were collected by several GSW students: Carley Turner, Marley Collins, Ambria Flanders, Mary Siniard, and Cara White. The paper abstract is available here.

Olsen writes opinion piece for AJC

Dr. Jennifer Olsen, executive director of the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving, recently co-wrote an opinion piece for the Atlanta Journal Constitution on how the coronavirus pandemic has shown the importance of mental health and caregiving.

Read the full article here.

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