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Inclusive Economic Growth

Making the global economy more equitable and inclusive.

As the world grows ever more connected, the study of economics is becoming increasingly more important. It is essential for creating more just and equitable societies for everyone, including the world’s most vulnerable people. Alongside professors like Ilene Grabel, a member of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Expert Group on Financing for Development, you will learn to challenge conventional wisdom as you build toward real, tangible impact. After earning his master’s degree in 2018, Di Cioccio took a position with the United Nations Development Programme, working in the Central Procurement Unit, where he ensures developing economies have access to cost-effective, reliable supplies.

Faculty Spotlight

 
George DeMartino

George DeMartino

Professor

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Haider Khan

Haider Khan

Professor

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Singumbe Muyeba

Singumbe Muyeba

Assistant Professor

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Faculty Publications

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Banking on Markets

Professor Rachel Epstein's book discusses the transformation of bank-state ties in Europe and beyond. Winner of the Ed A Hewett Book Prize awarded by the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies. Read more. 

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When Things Don't Fall Apart

Professor Ilene Grable's book challenges the dominant view that the global financial crisis had little effect on global financial governance and developmental finance. Winner of three major international awards. Read more. 

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Challenge Conventional Wisdom

After earning his master’s degree in 2018, Di Cioccio took a position with the UN Development Programme, ensuring developing economies have cost-effective, reliable supplies.

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