I am a specialist in the fields of international economics and economic development, although I have taken on a few research topics recently with North Carolina focus. My research in recent years has followed one of six paths.
- Theoretical explanations and empirical implications of international trade between developed and developing countries.
In April 2004 I convened a conference on the UNC campus entitled Community Based Adjustment to Textile Plant Closure and Downsizing. Follow this link to the papers presented at the conference and to notes from the discussion.
- The Global Impulse in Commercial Banking and its Implication for Bank Behavior during the Financial Crisis (with Nilufer Ozdemir), 2016.
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