Experts List

Experts for: Economics

Moses Acquaah

Associate Professor, Management
PhD University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
(336) 334-5305, acquaah@uncg.edu

  • Strategic Management
  • Family Business
  • Management in Transition Economies
  • Doing Business in Africa

Kwasi Amoako-Gyampah

Professor, Information Systems & Supply Chain Management
PhD University of Cincinnati
(336) 334-5739, kwasi_amoako@uncg.edu

  • Outsourcing and offshoring of information technology and manufacturing jobs
  • Preparing students for information technology and manufacturing jobs in the future- what types of skills will be needed
  • Manufacturing and information technology job trends in the Triad
  • Why do so many projects run over budgets and fall behind schedule?

Andrew Brod

Senior Research Fellow, Center for Business & Economic Research
PhD University of Minnesota
(336) 707-6439, AndrewBrod@uncg.edu

  • UNCG and the Triad Economy
  • State of the U.S. & N.C. Economies
  • Regional Economic Development
  • Home Furnishings Industry
  • Manufacturing and the New Economy
  • International Trade, Trade Barriers, Dumping, Trade Agreements
  • Using the Dixon Hughes Goodman Triad Business Index
  • The Economics of Economic-Development Incentives
  • The Global Economy

David Carlone

Associate Professor, Communication Studies
PhD University of Colorado at Boulder
(336) 334-3836, david_carlone@uncg.edu

  • New Economy
  • Service work
  • Creativity, culture, and economy
  • Organizational communication and culture

Keith Debbage

Professor, Geography
PhD The University of Georgia
(336) 334-3911, kdebb@hotmail.com

  • Economic & Urban Development
  • City & Regional Planning
  • The Airline Industry
  • Tourism

Nancy Doll

Director, Weatherspoon Art Museum
MA The University of Iowa
(336) 334-5770, nmdoll@uncg.edu

  • Collections & Programs of the Weatherspoon Art Museum
  • Censorship in the Arts
  • The Current State of Museums - Challenges, funding
  • Creativity

Dora Gicheva

Assistant Professor, Economics
PhD Yale University
(336) 334-4865, d_gichev@uncg.edu

  • Gender Discrimination in the Labor Market
  • Financing of Higher Education
  • Student Loans

James William (Bill) Harden

Associate Professor, Accounting & Finance
Ph.D. University of Kentucky
(336) 334-5647, jwharden@uncg.edu

  • Taxation
  • Financial Planning

Garth Heutel

Assistant Professor, Economics
PhD University of Texas at Austin
(336) 334-4872, gaheutel@uncg.edu

  • Environmental Policy
  • Environmental Economics

Stephen Holland

Associate Professor, Economics
PhD University of Michigan
(336) 334-4925, sphollan@uncg.edu

  • The Economics of Global Climate Change
  • Environmental Economics
  • Energy Economics

Phyllis Hunter

Associate Professor, History
PhD College of William & Mary
(336) 334-5992, pwhunter@uncg.edu

  • History of Global Capitalism
  • Colonial American Settlement
  • Early American Trade With China

Kenneth Klase

Associate Professor, Political Science
DPA University of Georgia
(336) 256-0510, kaklase@uncg.edu

  • Public Budgeting
  • Public Finance
  • Public Financial Management

Nir Kshetri

Associate Professor, Management
PhD The University of Rhode Island
(336) 334-4530, nbkshetr@uncg.edu

  • Cybercrime
  • E-commerce
  • Global entrepreneurship
  • Asia Pacific economies

James Milanese

Lecturer, Accounting & Finance
MA The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 334-4864, jamilane@uncg.edu

  • Corporate Finance
  • Investments
  • Real Estate Investments

Arthur D. Murphy

Professor, Anthropology
PhD Temple University
(336) 334-5132, admurphy@uncg.edu

  • Mexico
  • Immigration
  • Economic Development Mexico/Latin America
  • Culture and Natural Disasters

Douglas G. (Doug) Parkes

Lecturer, Information Systems & Supply Chain Management
MBA Wake Forest University
(336) 643-7632, dgparkessr@triad.rr.com

  • The Importance of Supply Chain Management to the Local Economy and Lives of Citizens

David C. Ribar

Professor, Economics
PhD Brown University
(336) 334-3904, dcribar@uncg.edu

  • Poverty
  • Public Assistance Programs
  • Time Use
  • Food Assistance
  • Employment/Labor Markets

Kenneth Snowden

Professor & Director of Graduate Studies, Economics
PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison
(336) 334-4870, snowden@uncg.edu

  • The 1930s Mortgage Crisis

Susan M. Walcott

Professor, Geography
PhD Indiana University
(336) 334-5382, smwalcot@uncg.edu

  • Furniture Industry
  • East Asia
  • Regional Economic Development