Department of Economics
- Prof. Reynolds joined the department in 2003 after completing her Ph.D. 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).
DegreesPhD, Economics, University of Virginia
MA, Economics, University of Virginia
BA, International Studies, The American University
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- CAS - Economics
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- Summer 2015: By Appointment Only
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Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Selected PublicationsTrade Liberalization, Import Competition, and U.S. Manufacturing Investment,” (with Benjamin Liebman), World Economy, In Press, Accepted December 25, 2014.
Honors, Awards, and Fellowships
- Dupont Fellowship (1999-2001)
- Summer Academic Enhacement Research Fellowship (2001)
- Bankard Pre-doctoral Public Policy Fellowship
- Graduate School of Arts and Science Dissertation Year Fellowship (2002-2003)
- Harry Johnson Prize for the Best Article in the Canadian Journal of Economics (For The Returns from Rent-Seeking: Campaign Contributions, Firm Subsidies, and the Byrd Amendment)
Work In Progress
“Trade Agreements and Enforcement: Evidence from WTO Dispute Settlement,” (with Chad P. Bown), under submission
“Innovation and Imports Revisted: Evidence from U.S. Patent Data,” (with Benjamin Liebman)
“Political Economy of Antidumping Reviews: The Impact of Discretion at the International Trade Administration,” (with Sydney Gourlay)
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