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Léonie Stone

Assistant Professor of Economics

School of Business

South Hall 115B1
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5428
stone@geneseo.edu

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Faculty Information

Education

  • B.B.Ad., M.A., Wichita State University
  • Ph.D. Ohio State University 1992

Research Interests

Dr. Stone's research interests are in the areas of the Federal Reserve System, monetary policy, U.S. intra-industry trade, and responsiveness of CPI measures to income fluctuations.

Affiliations

  • Eastern Economics Association
  • New York State Economics Association
Spring 2015 Classes

ECON 205:
Business & Econ Statistics-Lec

    A survey of the basic statistical tools used in management decision-making and data analysis. Major topics include data organization and presentation, a review of probability concepts, sampling and sa
    mpling distributions, statistical estimation and hypothesis testing, and correlation and regression analysis. The course also emphasizes applications of statistical techniques, the use of computerized statistical packages and ethical issues in statistical analysis. Prerequisite: MATH 213 or MATH 221.
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ECON 205:
Business & Econ Statistics-Lab

    A survey of the basic statistical tools used in management decision-making and data analysis. Major topics include data organization and presentation, a review of probability concepts, sampling and sa
    mpling distributions, statistical estimation and hypothesis testing, and correlation and regression analysis. The course also emphasizes applications of statistical techniques, the use of computerized statistical packages and ethical issues in statistical analysis. Prerequisite: MATH 213 or MATH 221.
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ECON 210:
Intermed Microeconomic Theory

    A study of the theories of price and production in markets for goods and factors under various market structures. Emphasis is given to indifference analysis and to strategic models of oligopoly and mo
    nopolistic competition. Prerequisites: ECON 110 and (MATH 213 or MATH 221).
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ECON 325:
Money&Financial Intermediation

    A study of monetary theory and the processes of financial intermediation. Emphasis is given to the theory of money, interest rates, types of financial intermediaries, central banking, and public cont
    rol of financial intermediation and markets. (Cross listed with MGMT 325). Prerequisites: ECON 112 and junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Offered every year
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ECON 393:
Honors Seminar in Economics II

    This is the second in a two course sequence leading to graduation with Honors in Economics. Topics will vary based on the interests of the student and the approval of the instructor. This course foc
    uses on applied economic research. Based on the literature review developed in ECON 293, students will collect and analyze economic data. Students will discuss and present the findings of their research. Prerequisites: A grade of B or better in ECON 293 and permission of supervising instructor. Offered every spring semester when demand is sufficient
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MGMT 325:
Money&Financial Intermediation

    A study of monetary theory and the processes of financial intermediation. Emphasis is given to the theory of money, interest rates, types of financial intermediaries, central banking, and public cont
    rol of financial intermediation and markets. (Cross listed with ECON 325). Prerequisites: ECON 112 and junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Offered every year.
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