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.
- Laurie J. Bates - Professor
- Laura Beth Beaudin - Assistant Professor
- Aziz N. Berdiev - Associate Professor
- Jongsung Kim - Professor
- Sam Mirmirani - Professor
- Ramesh Mohan - Professor
- Xiaofei Pan - Assistant Professor
- Robert Reinauer - Lecturer
- Joseph Shaanan - Professor
- Allison Shwachman Kaminaga - Lecturer
- Edinaldo Tebaldi - Professor
- Paul H Boisvert
- Christopher Briggs
- Robert Jones
- Mary Joyce
- Kyle Montanio
- Angelo Neto
- Robert Nigohosian
- Mohammad Raissi
- Victoria Stedman
Allison Shwachman KaminagaLecturer, Economics
Faculty Suite J, Room 105
MS, Clark University
BS, Stonehill College
- Association for Social Economics
- American Econmic Association
- International Association for Feminist Economics
Beaudin, L., Berdiev, A., Kaminaga, A., Mirmirani, S., Tebaldi, E., Using the Principles of Economics Competition to Supplement the Teaching of Introductory Economics, Journal of Economic Education.
Gundersen, S., Kaminaga, A., One Size Doesn’t Fit All: A Project Designing Small Scale Economic Development Projects, Journal of Economic Education.
Kaminaga, A., Market Potential and Regional Wages in the Enlarged EU: An empirical investigation, Applied Economics.
Kaminaga, A., Acceptance of Intimate Partner Violence in Rural Malawi: An Empirical Analysis on the Impacts of Lineage and AIDS Conversation Networks, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 2017.