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Gregory N. Price

Gregory Price, Ph.D is Professor of Economics and Interim Dean of the School of Business at Langston University. His previous appointments include Charles E. Merrill Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, Morehouse College. Director of the Mississippi Urban Research Center, Professor of Economics at Jackson State University, and Economics Program Director at the National Science Foundation. He also served as President of the National Economic Association in 2008. An applied econometrician and theorist, his current research interests include economic anthropometry, the economics of Historically Black Colleges/Universities, the effects of race on economic stratification, and the causes/consequences of slavery. His research has been published in a wide variety of journals such as Economics and Human Biology, Review of Black Political Economy, Review of Economics and Statistics, American Economic Review, and Review of Development Economics. A native of New Haven, Connecticut, Dr. Price earned his B.A. in economics from Morehouse College, and completed his economics doctorate at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.