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Urban Economics

Nadia Greenhalgh-Stanley, Ph.D.

Nadia Greenhalgh-Stanley, SWIB 2017 Speaker

Nadia Greenhalgh-Stanley received her Ph.D. from Syracuse University in 2009. Her research and teaching interests include Urban Economics, Public Economics, Health Economics and Microeconomics. Her research mainly focuses on housing and portfolio decisions of the elderly in relation with changes in Medicaid, Medicare and long-term care insurance.

Curriculum Vitae (PDF)

Job Title

Associate Professor

Job Department

Department of Economics

Campus

Kent

Phone

330-672-2366

Shawn Rohlin, Ph.D.

Shawn Rohlin

Shawn Rohlin is an Associate Professor of Economics at Kent State University. His research specialties are in Urban, Public and Labor Economics. Specifically, his research studies how government policies impact local economic factors, such as business location decisions. He received the Junior Scholar Award from the Lincoln Land Institute in 2011. In 2012, he received the David C. Lincoln Fellowship in Land Value Taxation. His research has won the "Most Outstanding Paper" in 2011 for Public Finance Review. He received his Ph.D. and Master's degree in economics from Syracuse University in 2009 and 2006, respectively. Rohlin also graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Rochester Institute of Technology in 2004.

CURRICULUM VITAE (PDF)

Job Title

Associate Professor & Director of Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Job Department

Department of Economics

Campus

Kent

Phone

330-672-1098

C. Lockwood Reynolds, Ph.D.

LOCKWOOD

C. Lockwood Reynolds received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan in 2007. His teaching and research interests are in microeconomics, labor economics, public economics and the economics of education. He primarily researches access and completion in higher education with a particular focus on the effects of college choice and the role of various household resources on educational decisions. He also researches the local effects of government policies designed to encourage economic activity with a focus on the spatial or distributional implications of such policies.

He teaches Principles of Microeconomics and the Economics of Labor Markets. He also teaches Managerial Economics in the MBA program and is a four-time winner of the Outstanding MBA Professor Award. He has also been recognized with the College of Business Administration Tenured/Tenure Track Teaching Excellence Award.

CURRICULUM VITAE

Job Title

Associate Professor

Job Department

Department of Economics

Campus

Kent