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Labor economics, development economics, statistics and population economics
Post-Keynesian monetary theory, central banking, Eastern European economics, and the pedagogy of teaching
Building and simulating macroeconomic models for developing countries.
Macroeconomics, money & banking and U.S. economic history.
Regulation, Political economy, and economic history
Public finance, macroeconomics, environmental economics and health economics.
Labor economics, labor-management relations, gender and the economy, African Americans in the U.S. economy, and econometrics
Environmental economics and policy, environmental regulation, corporate environmental strategy
Macroeconomics and development.
Economic history and industrial organization.
Microeconomics, statistics, labor economics and health economics.
Law and economics, institutional economics, development economics, and Latin American economic history.
American Economic history, the Vermont economy, and state and local public policy.