Associate Dean of Graduate Studies, CAS
Department of Economics
PhD, Economics, University of Virginia MA, Economics, University of Virginia BA, International Studies, The American University
Prof. Reynolds joined the department in 2003 after completing her PhD at the University of Virginia. Her research interests include the political economy of trade protection, particularly antidumping protection, and the impact of trade liberalization on workers and firms. Courses taught by Prof. Reynolds include Microeconomics (ECON-200, ECON-300, ECON-600, ECON-703) and International Economics: Trade (ECON-371, ECON-671).
"Trade Flows and Trade Disputes," (with Chad P. Bown), Review of International Organizations, 2015, 10(2): 145-177.
"Determinants of Cross-Border Merger Premia" (with Ralph Sonenshine), Review of World Economics, 2014, 150(1): 173-189.
"Under the Cover of Antidumping: Does Administered Protection Facilitate Domestic Collusion," Review of Industrial Organization, 2013, 42(4): 415-434.
"Innovation through Protection: Does Safeguard Protection Increase Investment in Research and Development," (with Benjamin Liebman), Southern Economic Journal, 2013, 80(1): 205-225.
"Maintaining New Markets: Determinants of Antitrust Enforcement in Central and Eastern Europe," (with Robert M. Feinberg and Mieke Meurs), Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade, 2012, 12(2): 203-219.
"Does Trade Adjustment Assistance Make a Difference?” (with John S. Palatucci), Contemporary Economic Policy, 2012, 30(1): 43-59.