Part-time Faculty

Henry Levin, professor at Columbia University, is interested mainly in the study of Labor Economics.

James Heckman, 2000 Nobel Prize in Economics winner, is a professor at the Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago. His main research interests are Education, Job Training Programs, Minimum Wage Legislation, Women's Work and Income, Anti-discrimination Legislation, Civil Rights and Early Childhood Intervention, Effects of Taxation on the Selection of Education and Training, and the Formation and Estimation of a General Equilibrium Model.

John Whalley
, professor at University of Western Ontario, Canada, is the main pioneer of the Computable General Equilibrium Model. His research interests include International Trade, Computable General Economic Equilibrium, Public Economics,, and Development Economics.

Paul Romer, professor at Stanford University in the U.S., is interested mainly in New Growth Theory.

Graciela Chichilnsky, professor at Columbia University, is interested mainly in the study of Economics and Statistics.

Stephen Nicholas, professor at Newcastle University, Australia, is interested mainly in the study of New Institutional Economics, Foreign Direct Investment and Subsidiary Restructuring of Economic-Transition Countries, and International Business Strategy.

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