Agnieszka Kwapisz, Ph.D.
I am an Assistan Professor in the Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship at Montana State University. With a M.S. in Mathematics, a Ph.D. in Economics, and Six Sigma Master Black Belt Certification, my strength is in quantitative analysis as applied to a variety of problems relevant in economics and business. So far, I did work in the areas of Public Finance, Health Economics, Education, and Risk and Uncertainty. My research was published in the National Tax Journal, Mathematical Social Sciences, Southern Economic Journal, Applied Financial Economics, Journal of Public Finance and Public Choice, Journal of Education for Business, Economics Research International, and Journal of Studies on Alcohol. I have been successful in winning grants from the National Institutes of Health (with Douglas Young) and the National Academy of Sciences. I am a member of the Academy of Management Learning & Education Editorial Board and the Journal of Management and Finance Editorial Advisory Board.
I love teaching. In 2007, I received the MSU President’s Excellence in Teaching Award. I have taught courses in the College of Business and in the Economics Department including statistical methods for business, macro, micro, introductory economics, public finance, managerial accounting, undergraduate research, and a freshman seminar for business. I am a mentor for new MSU tenure track faculty members who are starting their first academic job. I post ideas about what works in our classrooms on the COB Teaching Blog.
In my free time I love to ski, windsurf, bike, hike ... or anything outdoors.
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