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Welcome New Economics Faculty!

The economics deparmtment extends a warm welcome to the following new faculty. We're looking forward to a great year together!

Pasita Chaijaroen, Assistant Professor of Economics

  • Ph.D. in Economics: University of Washington--Seattle.
  • Research interests: Development economics and Environmental economics.
  • Teaching interests:  Econometrics and Microeconomics.

Shi Qi, Assistant Professor of Economics

  • Ph.D. in Economics:  University of Minnesota. 
  • Research interests: Empirical Industrial Organization, Industry Policy and Regulation, and Organizational Behavior.
  • Teaching interests: Microeconomic Theory and Industrial Organization.

Peter Savelyev, Assistant Professor of Economics

  • Ph.D. in Economics:  University of Chicago. Taught at Vanderbilt University.
  • Research interests:  Health economics, and the Economics of Human Development.
  • Teaching interests:  Econometrics and Health Economics.

Amlan Datta, Visiting Assistant Professor

  • Ph.D. in Economics, University of Memphis; taught at the University of Central Arkansas
  • Research interests:  macroeconomics, trade and finance, and applied econometrics. 
  • Teaching assignments: Intermediate Microeconomics and International trade.

Sharon Eicher, Visiting Assistant Professor

  • Ph.D. in Economics:  Kansas State University; taught at several colleges and universities.
  • Research interests:  Development--Foreign Investment, Corruption, and Governance.
  • Teaching assignments:  Macroeconomics

 Mark Greer, Visiting Assistant Professor

  • Ph.D. in Economics:  University of Michigan;  taught at Dowling College.
  • Research interests:  Aviation economics and the economics of public transportation.
  • Teaching assignments:  Principles and Intermediate Macro.

 Sandeep Sharma, Visiting Instructor of Economics

  • Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, West Virginia University.
  • Research interests:  International trade, Labor economics, and Development economics.
  • Teaching Assignments:  Principles of Macroeconomics and International Finance.