Saint Martin's professor to chair Regional Economic Conference

Monday, October 20, 2003

Lacey - Saint Martin’s faculty member Riley Moore has been named conference chair for the 2004 Pacific Northwest Regional Economic Conference May 19-21 in Tacoma.

Riley MooreThe annual conference, established in 1967, promotes research and education on the economy of the Northwestern United States and Canada. It includes presentations of professional papers, panels and symposiums related to regional economics and provides an opportunity to bring economic colleagues from academia, business and government together for discussions. The conference annually features notable scientists and policy analysts from outside the region as guest speakers.

Moore, a member of Saint Martin’s business and economics faculty, teaches courses in corporate finance, investment analysis and money and banking, among others. He is involved in the college’s innovative exchange program with Shanghai University’s Pudong Business College in China and has taught an intensive finance course at that school.

Moore earned his bachelor’s degree at the University of Washington and both his master’s and doctorate degrees at Mississippi State University. He has served on the Saint Martin’s faculty since 2001.

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Riley Moore, assistant prof., finance
Business and economics department
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Deanna Partlow
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