Walter Ryley, MAEcon, B.Sc.
Education: MAEcon., B.Sc., Bowling Green State University
Title: Adjunct Instructor of Business and Leadership
Walter has worked as an adjunct instructor of economics at Lourdes. He holds a Bachelors and Masters of Arts in Economics from Bowling Green State University. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Economics at Wayne State University (with concentrations in Industrial Organization and Health Care Economics).
Research assistant for Framework for Tutoring Services, a Technical Report Submitted to Toledo Community Foundation (2017)
Member of economics honors fraternity Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE).
BUS 255: Principles of Microeconomics
This course examines the theory of individuals and firms in the short and long run. Includes the determination of income distribution; wage levels, interest rates, rents, and profits. Emphasizes contemporary problems such as income, energy prices, and poverty. The purpose of this course is to give students a better understanding and awareness of the microeconomic economic factors that impact and influence them.