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Dr. Glenville Rawlins is a full professor of Economics in the Department of Economics at Montclair State University. He received a BA from the University of the West Indies, an MA in Economics from Howard University and a Ph. D in Economics from NYU. At Montclair State University he has taught a range of courses, specializing in the areas of International Economics and Economic Development, as well as Economic Theory. Here at MSU he has served as the Associate Director of the Center for International Research on Africa, (CERAF), and as the Deputy Director of the Center for International Business. Finally Professor Rawlins held the position of President of one of the major umbrella groups for faculty and staff, the African American Caucus, for two terms.
Over the years Professor Rawlins has been instrumental in organizing more than a dozen conferences on International Economics and Economic Development that were held in places as far flung as Africa, China, India, Mexico and Eastern Europe. He has conducted research and written on exchange rate policies, debt management and a range of trade issues facing developing countries, chiefly in Latin America and the Caribbean, and has presented his findings at numerous domestic and international conferences. He has completed two research stints in Africa; one dealing with the impact of the exchange rate on the trade balance, at the African Development Bank in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire and at the Nigerian Central Bank; and another dealing with Southern Africa’s alternative energy program, in Pretoria, South Africa.
exchange rate policies, debt management and a range of trade issues facing developing countries, chiefly in Latin America and the Caribbean; impact of the exchange rate on the trade balance, at the African Development Bank in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire and at the Nigerian Central Bank; Southern Africa’s alternative energy program
Exchange Rate Management
International Capital Flows
Trade Policies for Developing Countries
International Economics and Economic Development, Economic Theory
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
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