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Roberto Mazzoleni

Professor of Economics, Chair


Degrees

PHD, 1994, Stanford Univ; MA, 1990, Univ Sussex


Bio

Specialization: Industrial Organization, Economics of Institutions and Contracts, Economics of Technical Change.

Roberto Mazzoleni received his doctoral degree in Economics at Stanford University. Before joining Hofstra in 1999, he held positions at Columbia University, George Mason University and the University of Vermont. In addition to the introductory courses in economics, he teaches courses in intermediate microeconomics, behavioral economics, game theory, law and economics, the economics of innovation, industrial economics, the economics of organizations, and mathematical economics. Roberto's research interests focus on processes of technological and institutional change. His work has been published in academic journals such as Research Policy, Industrial and Corporate Change, Management Science, Journal of Technology Transfer, Journal of Economic Issues, Essays in Business and Economic History, and in edited volumes. He has been the President of the Economic & Business Historical Society in 2006-2007, and has been a consultant for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the World Bank.


Recent Courses Taught

Course Title Level
ECO 002 PRINC ECONOMICS II Undergraduate
ECO 130 MICROECO BEHAVIOR & INSTITNS Undergraduate
ECO 152A UNDERGRD RESRCH IN ECONOMICS Undergraduate
ECO 171 LAW AND ECONOMICS Undergraduate
ECO 172 ECO GAMING & SOCIAL INTRCTNS Undergraduate
ECO 173 ECO OF ORGANIZATION & THE FIRM Undergraduate
ECO 200 SURVEY OF ECONOMICS Graduate
HUHC 020J ECONOMICS OF PHARMACEUTICALS Undergraduate
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