Area of SpecializationOpen Economy Macroeconomics, International Capital Movements, Financial Regulation and Economic Pedagogy
BackgroundJosh Staveley-O'Carroll completed his Ph.D. at Georgetown University in 2012. Before joining the College of William and Mary, he worked as an assistant professor of economics at Lander University. His research focuses on international portfolio holdings, financial regulation, and international shock transmission; he is also interested the development and evaluation of in-class teaching demonstrations. He has taught microeconomic principles, environmental economics, business statistics, macroeconomic theory, money and banking, and international finance, and currently teaches microeconomic theory.
Ph.D. Economics, Georgetown University
M.A. Economics, Georgetown University
B.A. International Relations, Boston University