Economics of Strategy &
Managerial Decision Making
February 13-17, 2023
Monday - Friday, 1:30 PM - 4:45 PM Eastern
Economics of Strategy & Managerial Decision Making covers the integration of economic theory with business practice to facilitate decision making, problem solving, and planning. More course information
NABE Member**: $875
U.S. Government Employee: $950
Non-Member** (includes one-year membership): $1,025
*Last Day to Register: February 9, 2023
**An additional $75 applies for shipment of materials if located outside the U.S.
Or download the registration form and email to [email protected]. Please note that a $25 processing fee will be added.
To be eligible for a refund less $50, a written cancellation must be received by the Early-Bird deadline of January 18, 2023
. Refunds will not be permitted past that date. Registration transfers can be considered upon request; however, a $75 processing fee will be assessed for all registration transfers.
NABE reserves the right to cancel the seminar if sufficient registration is not achieved. Questions? Please contact NABE at 202-463-6223 or [email protected]
About the Instructor
Dr. Heather Luea
is an economics professor, with expertise in quantitative methods. She earned her Bachelors degree in Finance from Fort Hays State University and her Master’s in Business Administration from Wichita State University. She worked in corporate finance prior to completing her PhD in Economics from Kansas State University with fields in econometrics and public and regional economics.
Dr. Luea has extensive teaching experience that includes positions at Vanderbilt University, Tennessee State University, and University of California, Berkeley. She has taught across the business curriculum and has won numerous teaching awards.
Her research interests include housing, healthcare, and fringe banking services. Her most recent research focuses on the impact of payday lending on neighborhood crime. Her work has been published in Contemporary Economic Policy, Journal of Housing Economics, and the Nashville Area Business and Economic Review. She has an active research agenda, and her papers have been accepted at numerous national conferences, including the American Economics Association annual meetings.