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Joel I Auerbach: (Email: jaueruk@gmail.com) (Phone: 6178529413)
Appointment Types Considered:  Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Savannah, Georgia, USA
Locations Interested in Teaching: Savannah/ Hilton Head, Cape Cod, UK, Ireland, Kenya, France Sud
Last Full-Time Appointment: 2015-2022 Participating Professor Economics & Finance Department,NSU, Huizenga College Business & Entrepreneurship
Other Full-Time Appointments: None
Subjects: Macroeconomics
Intermediate Macroeconomics
Monetary Theory
Money & Banking
International Finance
Health Care Finance
International Business
Statement of Interest: I am a retired global management consultant (30 years) and accredited economics and finance instructor (15 years) interested in teaching 2 elective level courses per semester as an Adjunct or relocating as a Visiting Scholar. My published research is in Finance & Economics and I am a referee or co-editor of academic journals. Prior to teaching I was an International Healthcare Strategy Consultant (Partner) serving the USA, UK and Ireland.
Thank you

Christian Belzil: (Email: christian.belzil@gmail.com)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
Current Location: Paris Polytechnic Institute, CREST, France
Locations Interested in Teaching: East Coast (Canada and US)
Last Full-Time Appointment: Paris Polytechnic Institute and ENSAE (2008 to 2023)
Other Full-Time Appointments: Concordia University-1989 to 2002
Subjects: Microeconometric Methods for Public Policy
Economics of Education (Ph.D. level course)
Structural Econometrics (Ph.D. level course)
Econometric theory
Microeconomics (principles, intermediate and advanced honours)
Labor Economics (undergraduate)
URL of Curriculum Vita: https://sites.google.com/site/cbelzilecon/home
Statement of Interest: I am a Canadian citizen, and that given French Public Sector employment regulations, I would be able to obtain early retirement status. This is why I may be interested in any reasonable limited-term employment contracts.

My current research agenda spans a relatively wide set of topics in the Economics of Education and Human Capital, in structural Behavioral Economics, and in Microeconometrics.

Some of my articles are found in journals such as:
Journal of Labor Economics, Quantitative Economics, Econometrica, Journal of Econometrics, European Economic Review, Review of Economics and Statistics, and Journal of Applied Econometrics.

Rob Catlett: (Email: rbcatlett@gmail.com) (Phone: 620-757-0015)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Kansas
Locations Interested in Teaching: Continental US
Last Full-Time Appointment: Emporia State University (2023)
Other Full-Time Appointments: Only one - so far (through May 2023)
Subjects: Principles
One-semester principles (macro & micro combined)
Intermediate Micro
Intermediate Macro
Public Finance
Econ Ed (for K-12 and community college educators)
See my CV for others
URL of Curriculum Vita: https://emporia-my.sharepoint.com/:w:/g/personal/haati_emporia_edu/ETMYISphOrpHoeAWgLpuZXcBEQNErgra9GpVQEvMnzQZsg?rtime=zsXX6Po520g
Statement of Interest: The Good (probably for all):
I love teaching, especially undergraduates! I was awarded the highest honor for any ESU professor with the Roe R. Cross Distinguished professorship a year ago, and am the current outstanding teacher in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

I have taught a wide array of economics courses and now have flexibility since my wife passed away two years ago. I have dozens of refereed publications, and enjoy working on research projects with students, colleagues, or both.

The Bad (for a prospective university):
I sacrificed my Ph.D. in econ when I was recalled prematurely from the leave of absence that was allocated to finishing my degree.

The Ugly (from my perspective):
I have been a tenured economics professor for several decades; that ends in May 2023. This academic year our new president, with a bachelor's in business and a former Koch Industries executive, decided to terminate 20 to 30 percent of the faculty including me. Check out the expected forthcoming AAUP censure investigation/report for details.

Additional Information:
I would be happy to share my evaluations both from the students and my chair. Both are highly positive (e.g., out of a possible 10 with my rating first followed by the Department of Math & Econ {mean}, Teaching 9.5 [8.52}, Scholarship 8.5 {8.05}, Service 10 {8.43}, and Overall, 9.375 {8.43}).

I enjoy staying in Airbnb, and other nontraditional accommodations (e.g., tiny house, shared accommodations, and the like), and have relatives in Texas (DFW), NW Arkansas. Seattle, WA, Southern California, Denver, CO, among others. So, near those places is especially appealing to me; however, I also enjoy many other places.

Connecting with colleagues and students is more important than money to me; however, I am not eager to have the Marginal Cost exceed the Marginal Benefits.

David X Dixon: (Email: ddixon@swcp.com)
Appointment Types Considered:  Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Albuquerque, NM
Locations Interested in Teaching: Spain, Italy, Oregon
Last Full-Time Appointment: Senior Lecturer in Economics 2013-2023
Other Full-Time Appointments: Visiting Assistant Professor in Economics (2012-2013)
Subjects: Econometrics, math methods, computational methods
Undergraduate microeconomics and macroeconomics
Statement of Interest: I have pretty good reviews from students and from colleagues for my teaching and curriculum development. I don't dumb down content - I put a lot of effort into connecting with students to bring them up to the level appropriate to the material. I get good reviews from students who appreciate that, and not so good reviews from students who would prefer to work less.

Robert Scott Gassler: (Email: scott.gassler@gmail.com)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Everett, Washington, USA
Locations Interested in Teaching: Seattle area, Charleston SC area
Last Full-Time Appointment: Vesalius College at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, 1990-2013.
Other Full-Time Appointments: Ursinus College, 1986-1990; Guilford College, 1980-1986; Colby College, 1979-1980.
Subjects: Principles, Intermediate Micro, Environmental and Ecological, Comparative, International Political Economy. I have taught courses in virtually every field of economics, plus some in political science, management, mathematics, and statistics. My courses have been at both the undergraduate and graduate level, in several countries on two continents.
Statement of Interest: I did my doctorate with Kenneth Boulding and have published in economics, political science, education, library-information science, nonprofit organizations, planning, environmental science, and systems science. Current research interests are ecological economics and international political economy.

Eric S Graber: (Email: esgraber1967@gmail.com) (Phone: 240-893-6168)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Waltham, MA
Locations Interested in Teaching: Greater Boston Area
Last Full-Time Appointment: Brandeis Univ. Crown Center for Middle East Studies, (course on economics of the Middle East)dle East2006-07
Other Full-Time Appointments: St. Louis University, Assist Prof Economics and International Business, 1979-86.
Subjects: Introductory Principles of Economics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Managerial Economics.
Statement of Interest: Economist, 40 years' experience in teaching and applied research in international economics and management with extensive involvements in e-Learning distance education. Adjunct Professor, University of Maryland University College, Graduate School of Management, teach online courses "The Manager in a Technological Society" and "Strategic Management Capstone," 2002-present; conference blogging on numerous management topics and organization theory, extensive involvement in student research and business simulations. Selected for the 2012 UMGC Graduate School Teaching Recognition Award.

Charles M Gray: (Email: cmgray@stthomas.edu)
Appointment Types Considered:  Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: University of St. Thomas, Minneapolis-St. Paul
Locations Interested in Teaching: Online or locally
Last Full-Time Appointment: Professor of Economics and Business Economics (1979-2017)
Other Full-Time Appointments: Staff Economist, State of Minnesota (1975-79))
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (1973-74)
Transylvania University (1971-73)
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (1969-71)
Subjects: Principles, managerial economics, economics of art and culture, public finance, urban economics, economics of business strategy, nonprofit economics and management
Statement of Interest: Since my 2017 "retirement" I've continued to be active as a Senior Fellow in the Center for the Common Good, preparing the 3rd edition of The Economics of Art and Culture, teaching in an undergraduate honors program, and pursuing an active research program. I miss economics teaching and would be happy to explore mutually beneficial and flexible online opportunities at either the undergraduate or MBA/MPA levels. I'm a skilled user of online instructional platforms such as Canvas, and I have successfully inverted my online classroom instruction.

Nancy Hammond: (Email: nahammond@uchicago.edu) (Phone: 13127095328)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Chicago
Locations Interested in Teaching: Chicafo
Last Full-Time Appointment: Depaul 2020-2022
Other Full-Time Appointments: Northwestern 2000-2006
Subjects: Money and banking, international economics, corporate finance, funance, macroeconomics, microeconomics
URL of Curriculum Vita: Hammond_CV_06182023v2.docx
Statement of Interest: My work centers on monetary policy and finance. I would love to teach a money and banking or macroeconmics course that includes monetary economics, market microstructure of overnight policy and wholesale money rates

Kevin Hollenbeck: (Email: hollenbeck@upjohn.org)
Appointment Types Considered:  Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Carmel, IN
Locations Interested in Teaching: anywhere near Indianapolis
Last Full-Time Appointment: Upjohn Institute, 1989 - 2016
Other Full-Time Appointments: Center for Education and Training, Ohio State, 1983 - 1989
Subjects: Intro micro or macro
Intermediate micro
Undergraduate labor
Statement of Interest: I taught Intro Micro on a (regular) part-time basis at Western Michigan University for about 25 years. Since relocating to Carmel, IN, I have taught Intro Macro at Indiana State University and at Butler University.

Lawrence D Krohn: (Email: lawrence.krohn@tufts.edu)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Alternate between Long Island, NY and Tel Aviv
Locations Interested in Teaching: Boston - DC corridor, including NYC, Long Island
Last Full-Time Appointment: Fletcher School/Tufts University 2008 - 2017
Other Full-Time Appointments: Oberlin College 1978 - 79
Universite Laval 1979 - 81
UQAM 1981-83
International economist at several global banks 1983-2008
Subjects: International Finance, International Trade, Financial Markets and Institutions, Intermediate Macro, Micro Public/Welfare Economics, Corporate Finance, Problems of Middle-Income Nations.
Statement of Interest: I continue to teach at the Fletcher School and at Tel Aviv University and am finishing a book on Latin American economics, but have room and enthusiasm for additional teaching in the areas listed above.

randy mcferrin: (Email: mcferrin.randy@gmail.com) (Phone: 5756421299)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Saint Petersburg, FL
Locations Interested in Teaching: Tampa-Saint Petersburg area
Last Full-Time Appointment: New Mexico State University 2002-2023
Other Full-Time Appointments: Eastern New Mexico University, 1995-2002
Subjects: Principles economics
Intermediate microeconomics
Public finance
Statement of Interest: Recently, I retired and relocated to the Tampa-Saint Petersburg area.

I earned my Ph.D. at Texas A&M and during the last 28 years, I taught multiple classes at two Universities in New Mexico.

I would like to continue my affiliation with a department of economics in the area.

Currently, I am interested in an assistant teaching or adjunct teaching position.

John Teall: (Email: jteall@jteall.com)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: New York City Area
Locations Interested in Teaching: Europe, South America
Last Full-Time Appointment: Jackson Tai Professor of Practice, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (7 years)
Other Full-Time Appointments: Pace University 1993 - 2007
Fordham University 1986 - 1990
Former Member and Market Maker, American Stock Exchange
Subjects: Financial Theory, Microeconomics, Financial Mathematics, Derivatives, Econometrics, Fixed Income, Managerial Economics, Trading and Investments, Corporate Finance, Corporate Governance
URL of Curriculum Vita: http://www.jteall.com/resume.pdf
Statement of Interest: Over 35 years of teaching experience. Currently teach one course each term at Johns Hopkins University. Have also taught as a visitor or adjunct at NYU, Cornell, LUISS Univ., Dublin City Univ., Gothenberg Univ., Univ. of Melbourne and others. Am comfortable teaching finance and microeconomics at UG through doctoral levels. Ph.D. from NYU-Stern in finance. Former member of the American Stock Exchange (options market maker). Extensive consulting experience. Author of 5 textbooks and numerous research articles.

Bhanojirao V Vadlamani: (Email: bhanoji@gmail.com)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
Current Location: 8045 Sweet Creek Road, Johns Creek, GA 30097
Locations Interested in Teaching: On-line
Last Full-Time Appointment: Professor of Development Policy, Singapore, 2009-2011
Other Full-Time Appointments: Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, National University of Singapore, 1985-2001
Economist, World Bank (Washington DC and Jakarta, Indonesia) 1979-1985
Lecturer, Sr Lecturer, University of Singapore, 1967-1978
Subjects: Macro Econ; Development Policy; Research Methods
Statement of Interest: My present main interests:
1. Mentoring researchers, including doctoral students
2. Interactive session with researchers
3. Editorial work across research areas

Susheng Wang: (Email: sus.wang@qq.com) (Phone: 8613530163044)
Appointment Types Considered:  Temporary full-time (maximum one year)
 Part-time (maximum one course at a time)
 Part-time (more than one course at a time)
Current Location: Hong Kong
Locations Interested in Teaching: China, Singapore, Canada, U.S.A, Europe
Last Full-Time Appointment: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Other Full-Time Appointments: Concordia University, Canada
Subjects: Micro Theory, Information Economics, Finance
URL of Curriculum Vita: http://www.bm.ust.hk/~sswang/
Statement of Interest: Venture Capital, Entrepreneurial Finance, Incomplete Contract, Organization