R. Kim Craft

Associate Dean for the School of Business / Professor of Managerial Economics · Southern Utah University

Specializing in econometrics, job satisfaction with advanced degrees, and agricultural economics

Job Satisfaction with Advanced Degrees Agricultural Economics Demand Estimation Financial Analysis Business Modeling

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

Eitan Goldman

Associate Professor of Finance · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Eitan Goldman's research focuses on corporate finance, microeconomic theory, corporate governance and political economics.

Corporate Finance Microeconomic Theory Investments Corporate Governance Political Economies

John Hatfield

Professor, Departments of Finance; and Business, Government & Society · The University of Texas at Austin, McCombs School of Business

How rules and regulations impact market functions and outcomes; matching theory, and interactions of business and non-market forces

Market Design Microeconomic Theory Political Economy Market Regulation Matching Theory

Christopher Kilby

Professor of Economics | Villanova School of Business · Villanova University

Christopher Kilby, PhD, is an expert in political economy of development aid and how it is influenced by U.S. politics and world events.

Business Development Economics Foreign Aid Macroeconomic Theory Multilateral Aid

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

David Berri

Professor of Economics · Southern Utah University

Specializing in evaluations of players and coaches in sports, gender issues in sports, and competitive balance in sports

Distrubution of Wealth and Power Unpaid Athletes in the NCAA NBA Salary Caps Sports Economics NCAA

Richard Shockley

Associate Professor of Finance · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Richard Shockley’s research deals with real options, corporate finance, and investment.

Real Options Derivatives Corporate Finance Valuation Financial Institutions

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