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Experts on Economics

Economic Development:

Kumar Kangayappan, Professor of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics).
Micro and macro economic theory. Money and banking. Economic development.
465-2083. kangayak@uwgb.edu.

Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics). Philip J. and Elizabeth Hendrickson Professor for Business.
Regional, national and international economic issues. International trade and development. Economics of developing areas, particularly Africa. The World Bank.
465-2355 (o), 336-5515 (h). shariffi@uwgb.edu.

Larry Smith, Professor Emeritus of Social Change and Development (Economics).
Sustainable development. Systems thinking.
465-2355. smithl@uwgb.edu.

Environmental Economics:

John Stoll, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Economics).
Environmental economics. Resource economics.
465-2358. stollj@uwgb.edu.

General Economics:

Thomas Nesslein, Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics).
Economics. Housing economics. Urban economic policy. Capitalist welfare state, Sweden in particular. Minimum wage laws.
465-2099. nessleit@uwgb.edu.

International Trade:

Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics). Philip J. and Elizabeth Hendrickson Professor for Business.
Regional, national and international economic issues. International trade and development. Economics of developing areas, particularly Africa. The World Bank.
465-2355 (o), 336-5515 (h). shariffi@uwgb.edu.

Money and Banking:

Kumar Kangayappan, Professor of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics).
Micro and macro economic theory. Money and banking. Economic development.
465-2083. kangayak@uwgb.edu.

William Lepley, Associate Professor of Business Administration.
Financial issues. Financial markets. Investments. Banking.
465-2044. lepleyw@uwgb.edu.

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