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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2008-2010 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Economics 220  

Economics 220

Degree Programs Offered:Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program:Professor Norman R. Swanson, New Jersey Hall, College Avenue Campus (732-932-7451)

Website: http://economics.rutgers.edu

Email: gradprog@econ.rutgers.edu

Members of the Graduate Faculty

Robert J. Alexander, Professor Emeritus of Economics, SAS;
Ph.D., Columbia
Latin American economic development and politics; history of radical movement

Rosanne Altshuler, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Public economics; tax policy analysis

Monroe Berkowitz, Professor Emeritus of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Economics of disability programs

Douglas H. Blair, Professor of Economics and Political Science, SAS; Ph.D., Yale
Microeconomic theory; political economy

Michael D. Bordo, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Chicago
Monetary history and theory

John F. Burton Jr., Professor Emeritus of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, SMLR; Ph.D., Michigan
Social insurance; employment law; collective bargaining

Colin Campbell, Associate Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Northwestern
Industrial organization

Roberto Chang, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Macroeconomic policy; open economy macroeconomics

Manoranjan Dutta, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
U.S.-Asia economics; econometric models; macroeconomics/supranational macroeconomics

Ira N. Gang, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Cornell
Economic development; labor economics

Gary A. Gigliotti, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Economic theory and social choice

Norman Glickman, University Professor, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Urban and regional economics

H. Peter Gray, Professor Emeritus of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., California
International trade, business, and finance

Joseph P. Hughes, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., North Carolina
Corporate governance; financial intermediation; production economics; efficiency measurement

Mark R. Killingsworth, Professor of Economics, SAS; D.Phil., Oxford (UK)
Labor economics

Roger W. Klein, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Yale
Econometrics

Cheng-few Lee, Professor of Finance, RBS; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo)
Applied econometrics; options and futures; corporate finance

Peter D. Loeb, Professor of Economics, FAS-N; Ph.D., Rutgers
Applied econometrics and transportation economics

Matityahu Marcus, Professor Emeritus of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Brown
Competition in regulated industries; cost of capital of public utilities

Richard P. McLean, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., SUNY (Stony Brook)
Game theory and its applications

Bruce Mizrach, Associate Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Market microstructure; financial economics; nonlinear time-series analysis

Carolyn Moehling, Associate Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Northwestern
American economic history

Alan C. Monheit, Professor of Health Systems and Policy, UMDNJ-SPH; Ph.D., CUNY
Health insurance and employment; private and public insurance; health care use and expenditures; the uninsured population

Peter J. Parks, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics, SEBS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Environmental and resource economics; policy analysis; applied econometrics

Martin K. Perry, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Stanford
Vertical integration and restraints; applied auction theory; mergers

Anne Morrison Piehl, Associate Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Princeton
Law and economics; criminal justice; labor economics

Carl E. Pray, Professor of Agricultural Economics, SEBS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Technical change in LDC agriculture; science and technology policy

Thomas J. Prusa, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Stanford
International trade; trade policy

Hugh T. Rockoff, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Chicago
American economic history

Jeffrey Rubin,Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Duke
Health economics

Louise B. Russell, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Harvard
Economics of medical care; cost-effectiveness and cost-benefit analysis

Joseph J. Seneca, University Professor, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Environmental economics; state and local economic policy

Neil Sheflin, Associate Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Rutgers
Applied econometrics; financial economics

Hilary Sigman, Associate Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Environmental economics; public economics

Thomas Sjostrom, Chair and Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Rochester
Economic theory; game theory

Leslie E. Small, Professor Emeritus of Agricultural Economics, SEBS; Ph.D., Cornell
Irrigation management and agricultural development in Asia

Barry Sopher, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Iowa
Experimental economics; decision theory; game theory

Robert C. Stuart, Professor Emeritus of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Wisconsin
Comparative economic systems

Norman R. Swanson, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., California (San Diego)
Time series econometrics; financial econometrics; macroeconometrics

Shanti S. Tangri, Professor Emeritus of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Population; development; environmental economics

Michael K. Taussig, Professor Emeritus of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Income and wealth distributions

Hiroki Tsurumi, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Bayesian econometrics and statistical inference

Eugene N. White, Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Illinois
Monetary and financial history

John D. Worrall, Professor of Economics, FAS-C; Ph.D., Rutgers
Labor supply; workers' compensation insurance; economics of disability

Associate Members of the Graduate Faculty

Oriol Carbonell-Nicolau, Assistant Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., New York
Public economics; microeconomic theory

Jessie C. Hartline, Associate Professor Emerita of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Rutgers
Finance; international finance development; service-sector productivity

Douglas L. Kruse, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Harvard
Profit sharing; employee ownership; worker displacement; wage differentials; disability

John Landon-Lane, Assistant Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Minnesota
Econometrics; macroeconomics; growth; development

Jae Won Lee, Assistant Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., Princeton
Macroeconomics; monetary economics; applied time series analysis

Daijiro Okada, Assistant Professor of Economics, SAS; Ph.D., SUNY (Stony Brook)
Game theory

Oded Palmon, Professor of Finance, RBS; Ph.D., Chicago
Corporate finance; corporategovernance; executive compensation

Jeanette A. Rogowski, University Professor, UMDNJ; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Health economics

 
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