Faculty

Patricia E. Beeson

Professor, Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor
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Arie Beresteanu

Associate Professor

Econometrics, Industrial Organization

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Daniel Berkowitz

Professor

New Institutional Economics, Development Economics, Applied Microeconomics

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James Cassing

Professor

International Trade Theory, Deregulation and Development

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Shirley Cassing

Sr. Lecturer, Associate Chair of Undergraduate Studies

Applied Econometrics, Food and Agricultural Policy

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Daniele Coen-Pirani

Associate Professor

Macroeconomics, Labor Economics, Public Economics

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David N. Dejong

Executive Vice Provost
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Frank Giarratani

Professor

Economics of the Steel Industry, Industry Studies, Regional Economics

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Rania Gihleb

Assistant Professor

Labor Economics, Family Economics, Applied Econometrics, and Economics of Education

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Douglas Hanley

Assistant Professor

Macroeconomics, Technological Change, Computational Methods, Climate Economics

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David Huffman

Professor
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Sewon Hur

Assistant Professor

Macroeconomics, International Trade and Finance, Economic Growth and Development

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Steve Husted

Professor

Empirical International Finance and International Trade

 

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Jim Kenkel

Associate Professor

Macroeconomics, Statistics, Econometrics

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Svitlana Maksymenko

Lecturer, Academic Director, Study Abroad Program in Czech Republic and Poland

Economic Growth and Reforms, Economics of Development, Comparative Economics

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James Maloy

Lecturer ll
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Sofia Moroni

Assistant Professor

Tymofiy Mylovanov

Associate Professor

Microeconomics

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Thomas Rawski

Professor

Economy of China, Development, Economic History

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Jean-François Richard

Distinguished University Professor

Jean-Francois Richard’s research largely aims at developing operational numerical inference procedures for analytically intractable problems. His research interests can loosely be grouped into five main categories: Bayesian Methods, with emphasis on Simultaneous Equation Models, Errors-in-Variables models, models with autoregressive errors and inference on exogeneity.

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Luca Rigotti

Associate Professor

Microeconomics Theory, Equilibrium Outcomes with Risk & Uncertainty, Experimental Economics

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Marla Ripoll

Associate Professor

Development and Growth, Macroeconomics, Demographics

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Allison Shertzer

Assistant Professor

Economic History, Public Economics, Urban Economics

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Stephen Snyder

Lecturer

Health Outcomes, Health History

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Roee Teper

Assistant Professor

Mathematical Economics, Microeconomic Theory

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Werner Troesken

Professor

Economic History, Health Economics, Political Economy

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Lise Vesterlund

Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Economics, Department Chair

Experimental Economics, Public Economics

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Jane Wallace

Lecturer, ll Undergraduate Advisor

Health Economics

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Randall Walsh

Associate Professor

Applied Microeconomics, Environmental Economics, Public Economics, and Urban Economics

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Stephanie Wang

Associate Professor

Experimental Economics and Behavioral Economics

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Alistair J. Wilson

Assistant Professor

Experimental Economics and Microeconomic Theory

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Katherine Wolfe

Lecturer II, Undergraduate Advisor

Game Theory

 

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Federico Zincenko

Assistant Professor

Econometrics and Industrial Organization

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