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Ivan Kandilov is an associate professor at NC State. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics (2005) from the University of Michigan. His research is in the fields of International Trade, Economic Development, as well as Labor and Agricultural Policy. He has published his work in leading journals such as the Journal of International Economics, the Journal of Development Economics, the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, the World Bank Economic Review, and the Journal of Regional Science. He teaches Ph.D. and undergraduate courses in international trade and investment.
Teaching: Graduate International Trade (ECG 748), Undergraduate International Agricultural Trade (ARE 433), Introductory Microeconomics (ARE 201)
Economics of Agriculture, Trade, and Development Seminar Series, Co-coordinator
Infrastructure investment and rural economic development: an evaluation of USDA’s broadband loan program
The effects of exchange rate volatility on agricultural trade
PhD, Economics, University of Michigan (2005)