Cory Krupp is an economist and a Professor of the Practice of Public Policy in the Sanford School. She has taught courses on International Trade and Policy, Economic Foundations of Development, Microeconomic Policy Tools, European Union Trade and Finance Issues, and Macroeconomic Policy and International Finance. Prof. Krupp also serves as the Associate Dean of Academic Programs at the Sanford School, with responsibility for curriculum development for the school’s main programs.
Edmund Malesky is a political economist and a noted specialist in economic development, authoritarian institutions, and comparative political economy in Vietnam. Dr. Malesky’s research uses applied quantitative methods and field experiments to explore the intersection of Comparative and International Political Economy. His research includes the political influence of foreign direct investment and multinational corporations. Dr. Malesky is also highly active in applying his research to policymaking.
Manoj Mohanan is an applied microeconomist, focusing on health and development economics, with a background in medicine and public health. His research focuses on topics related to health and health care in developing countries including: performance-based contracts, measurement of provider quality and performance, social franchising, and social accountability / monitoring. He also studies the role of subjective expectations and beliefs in health care behavior. Several of his projects feature field experiments, policy interventions and evaluations.