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    I am an assistant professor of Economics at Canisius College, a Western New York's premier private comprehensive university. I have a doctorate degree in Economics from the University of Kentucky.  graduated in August 2008. My primary areas of specialization are International Economics, Industrial Organization and Labor Economics. I earned my M.S. in Economics at the University of Kentucky in 2004.

    My primary research interests focus on two inter-related fields of economics:  international trade and  firm/industry location choices. I also conduct research related to health economics and interactive educational technologies.

    I enjoy teaching and interacting with my students. I have taught various undergraduate and graduate courses at Canisius College since 2008. I have taught:
                  • Principles of Macroeconomics
                  • Principles of Microeconomics
                  • International Trade
                  • Business Statistics 
                  • Statistics for Managers, 
                  • International Finance (online)
    I also have teaching experience from University of Kentucky (Economic and Business Statistics and Microeconomics).

    Apart from research and academics, I enjoy biking, travel and crafting. Look around to know more about my research, teaching, and interests.