Narayana Kocherlakota

Lionel W. McKenzie Professor of Economics · University of Rochester

Professor Kocherlakota's research includes theoretical and empirical contributions to many fields in economics

Central Banks U.S. Federal Reserve Dynamic Games/Contracts Financial Economics Economics of Money and Payments

Maurie Cohen

Professor, Humanities · New Jersey Institute of Technology

Maurie's research is centered in the field of environmental/sustainability social science

Socio-Technical Transition Management Sustainable Consumption Sustainability Science Environmental Social Science Environmental Policy

Jodi Bruhn

Director / Directrice · Stratéjuste

Jodi Bruhn is a published policy researcher, author and facilitator specializing in governance and indigenous/Crown relations.

Aboriginal Justice Governance Workshop Facilitation Political Science Public Service

Gene Park

Professor and Chair of Political Science and International Relations · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Political Science International Relations Political Dynamics of East Asia Politics of Globalization Rivalry and Cooperation in Asia

Usha Rackliffe

Associate Professor in the Practice of Accounting · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Accounting Accounting Education

Paul Boothe

Professor · Ivey Business School

Experienced professor with a background in macroeconomics, international finance, debt management and public finance

Federal Strategy for Fiscal Arrangements Reform Accrual Accounting in the Public Sector Energy Security Business Sector Productivity in Canada International Finance

Andreas Hauskrecht

Clinical Professor of Business Economics · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Andreas Hauskrecht is an expert in the areas of international economics, finance, and banking.

Money International Economics International Finance Banking

Wen Mao, PhD

Associate Professor of Economics; Associate Dean of Faculty | Villanova School of Business · Villanova University

Wen Mao, PhD, is an expert in public finance, game theory, and microeconomic theory.

Business Chinese Economy Industrial Organization Bargaining Theory Microeconomic Theory

Charles Ballard

Professor of Economics · Michigan State University

Charles Ballard is a professor of Economics at Michigan State University.

Trade Finance Public Policy Analysis Trade Reform National Economies Wealth Distibution

Richard McGrath

Professor · Georgia Southern University

Professor McGrath researches immigration, consumer survey methodology, and applied microeconomics

Applied Microeconomics Immigration Public Finance Tourism Survey Methodology

Andrius Siaudinis

CEO · Peritus Consulting

Public procurement, Green procurement, Fundraising, Project Management, E-procurement, Centralized procurement, PPP, Public finance

Public Finance Concession Public Procurement Green Procurement Centralized Public Procurement

Zack Hawley

Associate Professor, Economics · Texas Christian University

Zack Hawley studies urban economics, including discrimination in housing markets and what motivates organ donors.

Organ Donation Why African-Americans Face Discrimination when Seeking Information about Home Loans from Mortgage Loan Originators at Early Stages of the Application Process Public Finance Housing Investigation of How Financial Incentives Influence a Person's Decision on Whether or Not to Become an Organ Donor

Theodore Arapis, PhD

Assistant Professor of Public Administration | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Theodore Arapis, Ph.D. focuses on financing, fiscal savings, fiscal transparency and the practice of budgeting at state level.

Public Administration Fiscal Transparency & Accountability School District Financing Budgeting Public Finance

Robert Novy-Marx

Lori and Alan S. Zekelman Distinguished Professor of Finance · University of Rochester

Robert Novy-Marx is an award-winning expert on empirical asset pricing, empirical methods, and public finance.

Public Finance Empirical Asset Pricing Empirical Methods

Elisabeth Gugl

Associate Professor · University of Victoria

Dr. Gugl's main research is in family economics, an area that investigates issues such as family formation and dissolution

Family Economics Microeconomic Theory Public Finance Labour Economics Family Formation and Dissolution

Arindrajit Dube

Professor of Economics · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Arin Dube’s research focuses on labor economics, fiscal policy, minimum wage policies, income inequality and the economics of conflict.

Unemployment Labor Unions Income Inequality Minimum Wage Policies Fiscal Policy

Lucas W. Davis

Jeffrey A. Jacobs Distinguished Professor · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Leading expert on energy economics

Public Finance Applied Microeconomics Energy and Environmental Economics

Mark Skidmore

Professor · Michigan State University

Expert in Public finance and budgeting, regional economics, economics of natural disasters

Economics of Natural Disasters Public Finance and Budgeting Regional Economics

Steven Sheffrin

Professor of Economics · Tulane University

Steven Sheffrin’s research is focused on property taxation, state corporate taxation, tax fairness and compliance.

Tax Compliance Economics Policy-Oriented ISsues Property Taxation Tax Fairness

Inas Kelly

Professor of Economics · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Applied Microeconomics Labor Economics Health Economics Public Policy