B.A. American University of Paris
Post Graduate, University of Kent at Canterbury
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professor Balak's areas of interest include the history of economic thought, economic history, philosophy and ethics, and comparative economic systems and cultures.
B.A. Denison University
M.A. University of Missouri, Kansas City
Ph.D. University of Missouri, Kansas City (ABD)
Professor Baranes’ areas of interest include industrial organization, institutional economics, alternative economic theories, political economy, and microeconomics.
B.A. Rollins College
M.A. Colorado State University
Ph.D. Candidate, Colorado State University
Professor Galvez’s areas of interest include political economy of development, economics of informalization, microeconomics and statistics.
B.A. Ohio State University
M.A. University of Denver
Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Professor Kozel’s areas of interest include the economics of piracy, history of economic thought, philosophy and ethics, Marxian economics, trade relations and international finance.
B.A. University of Delaware
M.A. University of Delaware
Ph.D. University of Virginia
Professor Kypraios' areas of specialization include international economics and money and finance.
B.A. Fudan University (CN)
M.A. University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ph.D. University of Massachusetts Amherst
Professor Peng’s areas of interest include political economy, comparative economic systems, economic development, Chinese economy, economic history, history of economic thought, globalization, economic cycles, crises, and growth, and distribution and poverty.
B.A. Williams College
M.A. Ohio University
Ph.D. Cornell University
Certificate programs at Universite de Grenoble (FR) and Universidade de Lisboa (P)
Professor Rock has taught diverse courses including labor, comparative, non-profit, global, psychological, democratic and utopian economics, as well as courses in political economy, the history of economic thought, economic history, post-communist transitions, economic heterodoxy, human nature, and the "social economy.”
B.A. Ohio State University
M.A. Ohio State University
Ph.D. University of Florida
Professor Taylor's areas of interest are history of economic thought, alternative economic perspectives, environmental economics, and classroom games and experiments.
B.S. Penn State University
Ph.D. Binghamton University
Professor Vidovic’s areas of interest are applied microeconomics, econometrics, environmental economics, and health economics.
B.A. Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest (RO)
Post Graduate Certificate, Université Catholique de Fribourg (CH)
Ph.D. The University of Birmingham (UK)
Professor Voicu's areas of interest include international economics, European emerging markets, genetic algorithms applied to trade modeling, and evolutionary economics.