Areas of ExpertiseResearch: International Trade, Economics of Developing Countries. Teaching: Principles, Intermediate Microeconomics, International Trade, Economic Development
B.A. Delhi University M.A., Ph.D. University of Cincinnati
Priniti Panday has worked at Roger Williams University since 2002. She currently serves as a Professor of Economics at the Mario J. Gabelli School of Business. She teaches Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Intermediate Microeconomics, Economics of Development and International Trade. She also serves as a co-advisor for the Fed Challenge team. Formerly she taught economics at the University of Cincinnati and Ohio University. Priniti earned her doctorate in economics at University of Cincinnati, where she earned the Charles Taft Graduate Fellowship for two consecutive years. She also holds a master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. Priniti’s research focuses on international development issues like food aid, poverty, inequality and international trade. Her work has been published in “Applied Economics”, “ “Journal of Economic Development”, “International Advances in Economic Research”, among others. She has also presented papers and served as a discussant at various conferences. In addition, she has served as a reviewer of several manuscripts. She has also worked with undergraduate students on various research projects resulting in presentations at various conferences and publications. Priniti has served in several committees including the GSB Dean Search Committee, the Economics Search Committee, the Faculty Review Committee and the Curriculum Committee.