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The U.S. economy appears to be recovering, but global economic issues continue to threaten economic stability. American University experts are available to comment on the global economy, financial regulation, and what the economic crisis could mean for small businesses, average Americans, and the U.S. and global economy.
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Department Chair and Professor of Economics
Can discuss: International trade; balance of payments, exchange rates, and the U.S. trade deficit; macroeconomics; U.S. steel industry; global finance
Can discuss Tax policy; corporate tax reform; impact of tax structure on small businesses and the middle class
Director, M.S. in Taxation program
Can discuss: Taxation: federal income, estate and gift, corporate and partnership; tax accounting and procedures; income tax credits; international tax issues
Distinguished Economist in Residence
Can discuss: international economics, international finance, emerging markets, Latin American economics
Professor of Economics
Can discuss: impacts of welfare programs and reforms; how education, employment, and family work together to affect economic well-being; economic effects of marriage
Assistant Professor of Management
Can discuss: strategic thinking for international business; globalization, management in emerging market countries, cultural impacts of economic development