I am a professor of International Finance at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies where I co-direct the MA program in Global Finance, Trade, and Economic Integration (GFTEI) with Professor George DeMartino with whom I co-founded the degree. The GFTEI program continues to evolve in line with faculty research; changes in global economic conditions and the global policy and institutional environment; and in response to feedback from alumni, employers, and current students. At Korbel I regularly teach a graduate course in “International Monetary Relations,” an advanced seminar on “Finance and Economic Development,” and an advanced undergraduate course in “International Monetary Relations.”
I’ve been honored to receive recognition at the University of Denver and at the Korbel School for distinction in teaching. I was awarded the United Methodist Teacher/Scholar Award in 2005-06 and have received several teaching awards over the years from the Graduate Students’ Association. (I have been equally gratified to receive an award from the University for distinction in research in 2011-12).
GFTEI graduate students have an active and inclusive student organization, the Council on International Finance, Trade and Economic Integration (CIFTE).
I have also enjoyed teaching in settings outside of the University of Denver, such as in the Cambridge University Advanced Program in Rethinking Development Economics (2001-2008), the International Career Advancement Program at the Aspen Institute (1997-Present), the School of Democracy of the Socialists and Democrats Caucus of the European Parliament (April 2017), the summer school on Social Economics organized by the Association for Social Economics (July 2015), and the Center for Popular Economics (with which I have been affiliated since 1987).