Associate Professor of Economics
Sean Mulholland is Associate Professor of Economics at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts. He previously held faculty positions at Mercer University, Moravian College, and Auburn University - Montgomery. He served as a faculty mentor for the Institute for Human Studies and led discussions at the Center for Excellence in Education’s Research Science Institute. Specializing in economic growth, environmental economics, and labor economics, his work has appeared in the Journal of Economic Growth, the Eastern Economic Journal, Education Economics, and the Villanova Law Review. His teaching interests also include international trade, law and economics, and the economics of race.
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