Economic Development | 1537536310 | Kent State University

Economic Development

Nasr El-Bahnasawy, Ph.D.

Nasr Elbahnasawy, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Economics at Kent State University, where he teaches a variety of classes including Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics, Money, Credit and Banking, Global Conditions and Macroeconomic Policy, and Economic Development. His area of interest is Economic Development and Macroeconomic Policy. Elbahnasawy received his Ph.D. in Economics from Colorado State University.


Deepraj Mukherjee, Ph.D.

Deepraj Mukherjee has received his Ph.D. in Business Administration with a concentration in Economics from the University of Memphis, USA. Before joining Kent State University, he served as a tenure-track faculty at Waldorf College in Iowa for two years.Deepraj Mukherjee’s areas of specializations are in international trade and business issues. His works have been published in well-known journals like Applied Economics Letters, Management Decision, European Business Review, Review of Development Economics among others. Dr.

Steven Dobransky

Research Interests

U.S. Foreign Policy/National Security; Foreign Aid; Economic Development; Energy Security

General Interests: International Relations; Justice; Peace and Conflict; International Security

Regional Interests: Middle East; Russia; Latin America; Arctic/Antarctic

Dissertation/thesis topic: (TBD)

Mark K. Cassell

Mark K. Cassell is Professor of Political Science at Kent State University where he teaches courses in public policy and administration, comparative public policy, and urban politics. His scholarship is mainly concerned with understanding public sector transformations.