Nana Quaicoe

Assistant Professor of Economics

Office: WBC 107

(319) 352-8416

More about Nana Quaicoe

Ph.D., 2018, Southern Illinois University
M.S., 2014, Eastern Illinois University
B.A., 2012, Dordt College

Dr. Quaicoe has been a professor of Economics at the Business, Accounting, and Economics Department since 2018. His teaching focuses on the topics of macroeconomics, microeconomics, international economics, development economics, and econometrics. His research interests are in the areas of general macroeconomics, monetary economics, and development economics. Recent projects have examined taxation and fiscal policy in developing countries and a reexamination of the crowding-out effect.

Dr. Quaicoe is a member of the American Economic Association, Southern Economic Association, and the Missouri Valley Economic Association. He has presented his research at various conferences and has been involved with the Philosophical and Literary Society of Wartburg College.

Courses Taught:
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Microeconomic Theory
Modeling and Forecasting the Macroeconomy
International Trade and Finance
Development Economics
Senior Thesis

Committee Work:
Faculty Development Committee

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