Richard D. Coe
Professor of Economics
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M.A., J.D., Ph.D., University of Michigan
A.B., Kenyon College
Professor Coe’s primary teaching and research interests are in the area of government spending and taxing policies, including issues of government deficit and debt, and the area of distributive justice and poverty. He also teaches upper-level courses in law and economics as well as introductory courses in microeconomics and macroeconomics. He has published several articles on poverty and welfare programs, and is currently working on a book addressing the efficiency and intergenerational equity issues surrounding government deficits and debt.
Associate Professor of Economics
William G. & Marie Selby Chair
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Ph.D., New School for Social Research
M.A., University of Manchester
B.Soc.Sc., University of Guyana
Professor Khemraj is an applied macro-economist whose research focuses on problems in monetary economics, financial economics and open economy macroeconomics. He also studies the political economy of development and underdevelopment. His primary teaching interests are economic development, econometrics, international economics and contemporary political economy.
He serves as a Research Associate at the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. He wrote numerous invited columns for the Stabroek News in Guyana. He also serves as an external master’s thesis examiner for University of West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados and an external doctoral thesis examiner for University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Tracy M. Collins
Assistant Professor of Economics
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Ph.D., M.E., M.I.S, North Carolina State University
B.S., The University of Paderborn, Germany
Professor Collins's research focus is primarily in the field of Economic Growth and Development. She is currently researching the role that technology diffusion plays in a country’s pattern of growth as well as researching the effect that trade liberalization has on technology diffusion. She has investigated the transition of the Russian Federation from a centralized to a market economy, and she is especially interested in studying the opportunities for economic growth that exist in developing countries and emerging economies in Asia, Europe, and Latin America.