Department of Economics

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Henry Gund Professor of Economics; Department Chair of Accounting, Economics and Finance
Green 218

Prof. Stephenson is the Henry Gund Professor of Economics and chair of the Department of Accounting, Economics, and Finance. His research and teaching interests lie in sports economics and public policy, and he has published in journals including Economic Inquiry, Public Choice, Journal of Sports Economics, and Journal of Monetary Economics. He is currently the editor of the Journal of Economics and Finance Education.

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Professor of Economics; Director Honors Program; Interim Assistant Provost for Teaching and Research
Green 325B

Lauren Heller teaches economics in the Campbell School and directs the Berry College Honors Program. She also enjoys collaborating with students on research in a wide variety of policy topics in applied microeconomics and using discussion and multimedia clips to illustrate economic concepts in her classes.

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Associate Professor of Economics
Green Hall 312

Dr. Meehan teaches in the areas of law and economics, public economics and environmental economics. His published research focuses on the economics of crime, occupational regulation and public choice economics. He also serves as a research affiliate with the Knee Center for the Study of Occupational Regulation at St. Francis University.

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Associate Professor of Economics
Green Hall 311

Dr. Sharpe teaches a wide range of courses, including Principles of Managerial Economics, Labor Economics, Health Economics, and Econometrics. His research interests lie in labor economics and urban economics, with a particular focus in the economic impact of immigration.

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