PhD, University of Pittsburgh
Adjunct Professor, Josef Korbel School of International Studies (1991-), Distinguished Professor of Economics, Metropolitan State University of Denver (1989-) Chairman of the Economics Department, Metropolitan State College of Denver (1994-1997), Adjunct Professor of Economics, University of Colorado-Boulder (1990-2008), Adjunct Professor of Economics, Colorado School of Mines (2001-2009). Grants: Professional Development Grants, Metropolitan State University of Denver to teach at Semester at Sea Program 1994, numerous research grants to complete papers; teaching assistantship, teaching fellowships, University of Pittsburgh (1976-1980); Grant to Attend, Oxford Roundtable Conference, Oxford University, UK (summer 2005); Development Research Group (DRG) grant to complete research report, Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, India (2006); grants to complete six textbooks listed in CV, grant to deliver a lecture at the Bhavan's College-Chowpatty, Mumbai, India on September 21, 2010 and the fourth Bisalaiah Lecture, University of Mysore, India on December 15, 2009. Recipient of Distinguished Professor award, Extra-ordinary Service to the University award, Distinguished Service to the College award, Outstanding Teacher, Outstanding Scholar/Researcher awards from the Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Research and Expertise
Author of co-author of over 111 journal articles and nine edited, co-edited, authored or co-authored books and textbooks. Active in research in macro-monetary theory and international economic issues as related to developing countries, especially India. Projects on Dutch Disease, J-Curve hypothesis, PPP, demand for money estimation, open economy stagflation problem analysis.