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Master of Science in Applied Economics (MSAE)
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Cullen F. Goenner, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, UND College of Business & Public Administration
Dr. Goenner received his PhD in Economics (2001), his MS in Quantitative Math of Finance (1999), and his MS in Economics from the University of Wisconsin. He earned his BA/MA in Economics and BA in Political Science from the University of Southern California in 1996.
Dr. Goenner is a current director and past vice president of the Missouri Valley Economics Association. His research areas include macroeconomics, international relations, and applied econometrics. He has published papers that appear in the Journal of Macroeconomics, Journal of Peace Research, Conflict Management and Peace Science, and Research in Higher Education.
Ari Kang, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, UND College of Business & Public Administration
Ari Kang earned her PhD from Carnegie Mellon University, and joined the faculty at UND in 2010. She is an economist whose focus is on labor and family issues. Her research is based on modeling choices of labor supply, parental investment in children, and marital dissolution. In particular, her work tries to disentangle the effects of these choices on children. She has presented at several conferences including the Econometric Society World Congress and IZA.
Harry Tsang, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, UND College of Business & Public Administration
Harry Tsang earned his PhD from the University of Illinois, and joined the faculty at UND in 2009. His research interests include empirical and applied tax issues. His current research focuses on how taxation policy influences consumer behavior with applications to both household demand for energy and household demand for junk or fatty foods. He has presented his work at the annual meetings for both the National Tax Association and the International Institute of Public Finance.