Eller Lecturer in Economics Cited in Yahoo Life Article
Oct. 15, 2020
Erin A. Yetter, lecturer in economics in the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona, was referenced in an October 12 Yahoo Life article on the stock market and whether or not trading stocks with others is valuable to investors.
The article compares investors trading stocks to children trading Halloween candy, explaining how using strategic decision-making to benefit oneself is the motive behind making any deal.
“Econ is everywhere,” the article states, citing Yetter. “It’s about making decisions, any kind of decisions. And those choices are made against a backdrop of scarcity, be it time, money or resources, with everyone trying to answer a fundamental question of, ‘Is this worth it to me?’”
Erin A. Yetter began her career as a lecturer in economics at the Eller College of Management in 2018, after working as a senior economic education specialist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. She is currently the faculty advisor of the Women in Economics Club at Eller, chair member of the Board of Advisors and Marketing Committee at the Journal of Economics Teaching and a research committee member of the National Association of Economic Educators (NAEE). Yetter received her PhD in Economic Education from the University of Delaware after receiving her master’s in economics from the University of South Florida.