June 3, 1999 Geneva, NY — William Waller, professor of economics at Hobart and William Smith College, recently presented a paper at the Western Social Science/Association for Institutional Thought Annual meeting in Fort Worth, Texas, titled “Valuation Processes and the Inscription of Invidious Distinctions into Market Processes.”
Waller has also written an entry on “Thorstein Veblen” for the forthcoming International Encyclopedia of Political Economy, to be published next year by Routledge Press. In addition, he will be teaching in a Graduate/Postdoctorate Summer Course in Institutional Economics sponsored by the Association for Evolutionary Economics and The Levy Economics Institute at Bard College in late June.
Waller's web site was selected as one of the top 50 Links2Go Key Resources under the 'Economists' topic based on the fact that is it one of the 50 most frequently cited sites in that category on the web.
Waller, of Geneva, joined Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 1982. He holds both a bachelor of science and master's degree in economics from Western Michigan University and a Ph. D. in economics from the University of New Mexico.
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