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Bernhard Gunter

Bernhard Gunter
Assistant Professor

Dr. Gunter is an international scholar in development economics. His areas of expertise include development macroeconomics, debt sustainability analysis, and the social impact of globalization. He is also interested in analyzing poverty reduction policies, macroeconomic development strategies, and the economic challenges of climate change. His current research focuses on development issues of Bangladesh. His work has been published in several pre-eminent international journals, including World Development, Development Policy Review, and Third World Quarterly. He serves as the President of the Bangladesh Development Research Center (BDRC) and has continuing engagements with various international developmental organizations.

Degrees:

PhD, Economics, American University

MA, Economics, Georgetown University

Diplom-Volkswirt, Albert-Ludswig University of Freiburg
Intermediate Examination in Law, University of Freiburgizations.

He will be teaching ECON-641 Public Economics.

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