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Dylan B. Fitz

Associate Professor of Economics
920-832-7359

I teach courses in development economics, the economics of altruism and effective altruism, economic growth, poverty traps, Latin American economic development, and advanced econometrics.

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Dylan B. Fitz

Associate Professor of Economics
920-832-7359

I teach courses in development economics, the economics of altruism and effective altruism, economic growth, poverty traps, Latin American economic development, and advanced econometrics.

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Adam Galambos (he/him)

Dwight and Marjorie Peterson Professor of Innovation and Associate Professor of Economics
920-832-6667

My research experience is in microeconomic theory and game theory, and these are fields that I teach as well. I also enjoy teaching in the Innovation and Entrepreneurship program. I am interested in pedagogical innovation, especially at liberal arts colleges. 

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David Gerard (He, him, his)

John R. Kimberly Distinguished Professor of the American Economic System and Associate Professor of Economics
920-993-6035
I am the John R. Kimberly Distinguished Professor in the Department of Economics. A number of my courses are cross-listed in the Enviormental Studies and Government departments. My research interests are in risk regulation and public policy, particularly in areas of energy and the environment.
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Van Nguyen (She/Her/Hers)

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Economics
920-832-6688

I am an Assistant Professor in Economics department. I teach Introductory Economics, Macroeconomic Theory and Money and Banking. My research interest includes Monetary Policy, Open macroeconomics, Inflation and Welfare.

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