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Faculty and Staff
AbstractThe Economics program at Eastern Washington University provides students with the skill set necessary to comprehend the complex and integral workings of our local, national and international economy.
Programs of Study
Faculty and Staff
The following are the faculty for the Economics Department.
311H Patterson Hall
Justin Bucciferro received his PhD in economics from the University of Colorado. His specialty areas are economic history and development, and international political economy.
Professor and Department Chair
311M Patterson Hall
Dave Bunting received his PhD in economics from the University of Oregon. His specialty areas are macroeconomics and economic impact analyses.
Assistant Professor and Department Advisor
311K Patterson Hall
Kelley Cullen received her PhD in economics from Washington State University. Her specialty areas are labor and sports economics.
311C Patterson Hall
Courtney Gallimore received his PhD in economics from Iowa State University. His specialty areas are microeconomics and economic development.
311E Patterson Hall
Nathaniel Greene received is MA in Economics from St. Mary's University.
Roberta Jones Greene
311D Patterson Hall
Roberta Jones Greene received her JD from Gonzaga University.
311I Patterson Hall
Mark Holmgren received his PhD in Economics from Washington State University. His specialty areas are applied microeconomics, economics of education, and transportation economics.
311L Patterson Hall
Nicholas Larsen received his PhD in economics from the University of Illinois at Chicago. His specialty areas are macroeconomics, economic growth and development and labor economics.
311F Patterson Hall
German Muchnik Izon received his PhD in economics from the University of New Mexico. His specialty areas are environmental and health economics.
311G Patterson Hall
Nathan Skuza received his PhD in economics from Washington State University.
311 Patterson Hall
Cheney, WA 99004-2429
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