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Judy Mulusa is  a Ph.D. candidate at  Howard University’s department of Economics.  She is due to defend her Dissertation in the Spring of 2013.  In her dissertation research she is looking at the effects of gentrification in the housing market.   Her dissertation consists of 3 essays analyzing the displacement effects of gentrification and the disproportionate impact that it may have on low income and minority households. 

Currently Judy is a  an adjunct professor at Bowie State University in the department of Accounting Finance and Economics and at American University in the department of Economics where she is teaching Principles in Macroeconomics and Business and Economics Statisitcs.

Judy started her teaching career at Moi University and proceeded to Masinde Muliro   University, Kenya in 2003 where she was appointed as a lecturer in the department of Social Science Education.  She has taught Introduction to Microeconomics, Mathematics for Economics, Development Concepts and Public Finance. 

Research areas of interest are: Urban Economics Public Finance.