Gwendolyn Tedeschi

Associate Professor

Economics & Finance

Education

  • PHD, University of Maryland: Colleg
  • MS, University of Maryland: Colleg
  • BA, Illinois Wesleyan University

Courses Taught

  • ECON 150      Roots: Economics
  • ECON 201      Principles and Policies I: Macroeconomics
  • ECON 202      Principles and Policies II: Microeconomics
  • ECON 301      Intermediate Price Analysis
  • ECON 412      Economic Growth and Development
  • ECON 470      Economics Tutorial/Independent Study
  • ECON 471      Economics Thesis Project I
  • ECON 472      Economics Thesis Project II
  • MBAC 632      Industrial Organization
  • Publications and Scholarly Activities
    •  “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow:  Can Dynamic Incentives Make Microfinance More Flexible?”  Journal of Development Economics  80 (2006),  84 – 105.
    • “Drug Markets: A Classroom Experiment”  American Economist, LI:1 (2007), 75 – 83.
    •  “Overcoming Selection Bias in Microcredit Impact Assessments:  A case study from Peru.” Journal of Development Studies.  44: 4 (2008), 504 – 518.
    • “Cross Sectional Impact:  Bias from Dropouts” with Dean Karlan, Yale University.  Forthcoming (Spring 2009) in Perspectives on Global Development and Technology.

    Other Intellectual Contributions:

    • “Beyond the Subsidy:  Coyotes, Credit and Fair Trade Coffee.”  with Julie Carlson DeCourcy, Federal Trade Commission.