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Arthur J. Gosnell Professor of Economics
Fields of Expertise:
Business > Economics
Business > Finance
Business > International Business
Business > Regulations
Humanities > International Culture
National & International Affairs > Political Science
Social Sciences > Consumer Debt
Sustainability > Sustainability Research and Education
|Dept/Division:||Department of Economics, College of Liberal Arts|
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He can also speak on natural resources and the environment, international economic development and international trade, South Asian politics and economics, globalization and its impact on rich and poor nations, and corruption and bribery in developing countries. Also regional economic growth and development and the management of invasive species.
He has published more than 500 books, book chapters, refereed journal articles and book reviews. Batabyal has presented research at conferences and in universities in North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia and won numerous national and international awards for research.
At RIT, his primary responsibilities are research, teaching and service.
Batabyal earned his bachelor's in applied economics and business management from Cornell University (1987), master's in agricultural and applied economics from University of Minnesota (1990), and Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics from University of California at Berkeley (1994).