Rising Gas Prices
Economic forecasting; applied econometrics; economics of health and disability; New York State economy; New York regional economic trends; economics of energy; transportation economics; energy/gasoline prices
The price of gasoline fluctuates as the summer travel season begins and militants threaten to destabilize the flow of oil in Iraq. University at Albany Distinguished Professor of Economics Kajal Lahiri can discuss why the price of gasoline rises or falls, and whether American drivers can expect some relief as summer arrives.
Petrol and energy related issues; stock market behavior; institutional portfolio management
Hany A. Shawky is professor of finance and director of the Center for Institutional Investment Management (CIIM) at the University at Albany School of Business. Widely published on asset pricing, stock market behavior, and international financial markets, he has served as a consultant to many private and public organizations. Shawky teaches corporate finance, investment analysis, and portfolio management. He received his doctorate in finance (1978) from Ohio State University.