Economics

The study of economics provides students with an opportunity to understand the most important aspects of modern societies such as the global economy, production decisions, income distribution, consumption of goods and services, government’s role and the interaction between households and businesses.

Faculty

Bates, Laurie

Laurie J. Bates

Faculty Suite B, Room 313 | lbates@bryant.edu

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Berdiev, Aziz

Aziz N. Berdiev

Faculty Suite J, Room 144 | aberdiev@bryant.edu

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Kim, Jongsung

Jongsung Kim

Faculty Suite A, Room 14 | jkim@bryant.edu

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Mirmirani, Sam

Sam Mirmirani

“The most rewarding part of teaching for me is to witness the progress students make as they have conversations with me about social, political, and economic issues,” says Professor Sam Mirmirani. “They show they have gained a noticeable level of maturity, awareness, and interest on such issues.

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Mohan, Ramesh

Ramesh Mohan

Ramesh Mohan, Ph.D. is currently Professor of Economics at Bryant University. Dr. Mohan is a consultant in the areas of Development Economics and International Business/Economics. Apart from teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels, Dr. Mohan has also published many empirical research papers in numerous peer-reviewed journals.

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Xiaofei (Sophia) Pan

Faculty Suite F, Room 2420 | xpan@bryant.edu

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Joseph Shaanan

Faculty Suite J, Room 133 | jshaanan@bryant.edu

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Tebaldi, Edinaldo

Edinaldo Tebaldi

One of the key ideas Associate Professor of Economics Edinaldo Tebaldi, Ph.D., shares with students is that economics is a social science.

“It’s not about business,” he says. “We don’t look at things the same way a business-oriented person would look at things.

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