Economics


  • Experts on Economics

  • Alison Staudinger, Assistant Professor of Democracy & Justice Studies, Women's & Gender Studies and Political Science. Gender and the Law; LGBTQ+ Issues; Reproductive Rights; Citizenship; Racial Inequality; Democratic Theory and Practice; Civic Engagement; Work/Labor; Constitutional Law and Politics 
    (920) 465-2443. staudina@uwgb.edu.
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  • Economic Development:

  • Doug Hensler, Dean of Cofrin School of Business. Finance; Economic Development; Organizational Development; Intellectual Capital; Learning Organizations
    (920) 465-2051. henslerd@uwgb.edu.
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  • Kumar Kangayappan, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics). Micro and macro economic theory. Money and banking. Economic development. 
    (920) 465-2083. kangayak@uwgb.edu.
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  • Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Dean of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics). Philip J. and Elizabeth Hendrickson Professor for Business.
    (920) 465-2485. shariffi@uwgb.edu.
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  • General Economics:

  • Thomas Nesslein, Associate Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs. Economics. Housing economics. Urban economic policy. Capitalist welfare state, Sweden in particular. Minimum wage laws.
    (920) 465-2099. nessleit@uwgb.edu.
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  • Environmental Economics:

  • John Stoll, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs (Economics). Environmental economics. Resource economics.
    (920) 465-2358. stollj@uwgb.edu.
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  • International Trade:

  • Ismail Shariff, Professor Emeritus of Dean of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics). Philip J. and Elizabeth Hendrickson Professor for Business.
    (920) 465-2485. shariffi@uwgb.edu.
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  • Money and Banking:

  • Kumar Kangayappan, Professor Emeritus of Urban and Regional Studies (Economics). Micro and macro economic theory. Money and banking. Economic development. 
    (920) 465-2083. kangayak@uwgb.edu.