Hello, I'm Marcus Bansah, a Belmont University Fellow at the Jack C. Massey College of Business. My research interests include Macroeconomics, Monetary Economics, International Trade and Finance, and  Development Economics. My current research projects focus on how to tackle the shadow economy problem through monetary policy, examining the welfare implication of trade liberalization when revenue matters, and the macroeconomic effect of import competition within a two good dynamic general equilibrium setting. 
My teaching interest spans a number of fields of study in economics. I have had the sole responsibility as instructor for 6 undergraduate classes at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. I was the sole instructor for ECON 322: The Global Economy: Trade and Development for 3 times - Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Summer 2017. I also had the sole responsibility as instructor for ECON 351: Monetary Economics, for Spring 2017 and ECON 313: Intermediate Macroeconomics for 2 times- Spring 2018 and Summer 2018. I also taught Quantitative methods (2 MBA classes)  and International trade and Policy (Spring 2014, Ashesi University), at the intermediate level, while in Ghana.

I'm open to accepting interviews for an Assistant Professor position. 


E-mails: mbansah@vols.utk.edu

Marcus Bansah
Jack C. Massey College of Business
Belmont University
Barbara Massey Hall 338
Nashville, TN 37212

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