Department of Economics, Finance and Global Business

Dr. Giuliana Andreopoulos

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Office:   VRB 3034
Phone:   973-720-3718
Email:   andreopoulosg@wpunj.edu
Office Hours:   by appointment

Department: Economics, Finance and GlobalBus
Position: Professor
Area Specialization: Developmental economics and, in particular, growth and changes in the structure of production.

Professional Degrees:

Ph.D. in Economics, Cambridge University , 1990
M. Phil. in Economics, Cambridge University , 1981
B.A. in Pol. Science, Economics Major, University of Bologna (Italy), 1978

Previous Appointments:

  • Associate Professor, William Paterson University, 2001-2007
  • Associate Professor, University of Bologna , 1995-2001
  • Associate Professor, University of Catania , 1992-1994
  • Lecturer, University of Bologna, 1982-1991

Primary Research Interests:

  • Development Economics and in particular Growth and Changes in the Structure of Production, Globalization and Stage of Development
  • History of Economic Thought and in particular Early Mathematical Formulations of Classical Economics.
  • Gender and Economics and in particular Female Economists in Academia, Unpaid Work and Consumption, Women and Development.

Representative Publications:

  • (2007) "Multinational Corporations" in collaboration with A. Panayides , in V.Parrillo (ed.) Encyclopedia of Social Problems, Sage Publication, Forthcoming.
  • (2007)"What is Wrong With the Teaching of Introductory Economics?"  in collaboration with A. Panayides , Proceeding at The International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines( IABPAD) Conference, Florida, January 4-7,
  • ( 2007) "Teaching, Visibility and Scholarly Production"  in collaboration with M.L. Segnana and A.Soci, in The Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, Vol 18, No 1,
  • (2006) "Absorption Policies for South-South Migration"  in collaboration with G. Andreopoulos and A. Panayides in The Journal of Business & Economics Research,Vol. 4 No 11,
  • (2006) "Tariffs on Necessities: Which Consumer Pays the Highest Bill?"  in collaboration with U. Andrejevic and A. Panayides, in The Journal of Academy of Business and Economics Vol VI , No 2,
  • ( 2006) "Economic Development and South-South Migration : A Two Stage Approach"  in collaboration with G. Andreopoulos, A. Panayides and E.Antoniou, in The Journal of International Business and Economics, Vol V , No. 6,
  • ( 2006)"Bush’s Economic Policy : Assessing the Record "in M.L. Principe (edited by) American Government , Kendall Hunt,2nd edition
  • (2006) "Absorption Policies for South-South Migration"  in collaboration with G.Andreopoulos, and A.Panayides, Journal of Business and Economics Research, Vol 4, No 11, 2006
  • (2005) "Economic Development and South-South Migration: A two Stage Approach"  in collaboration with G.Andreopoulos, E.Antoniou and A.Panayides, International Business & Economic Reasearch Conference Paper and Proceedings, Las Vegas, October
  • (2005) "Outsourcing: Who Gains in the Short Run?"  in collaboration with A.Panayides, International Business & Economic Reasearch Journal,Vol 4,No 6
  • (2005) "The Effects of South-South Migration on Economic Development and Its Security Implications"  in collaboration with G.Andreopoulos,E.Antoniou and A.Panayides, International Business & Economic Reasearch Journal, Vol 4, No 7
  • (2004) "The Macroeconomic Effects of 9/11"  in collaboration with A.Panayides, Journal of Business and Economic Research, Vol.2, No 10
  • (2004) "The South-South Migration: Its Effects on the Labor Market and Economic Development" in collaboration with A. Panaydes and E. Antoniou in NBEA Conference Paper and Proceedings, New York, September.
  • (2004) " Is the Level of Development Significant for the Theory of Factor Price Equalization?" in collaboration with A. Panayides in International Business & Economic Research Journal, Vol. 3, Number 2, February .

Representative Industrial Work/Consulting Experience:

  • Director of Experiential Learning, School of Business

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