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To connect with the school regarding expertise in your area of interest, please contact Annemarie Brown in the Office of the Dean, 707-664-2221.
To connect with experts from across the university, please contact Jean Wasp in University Affairs, 707-664-2057.
School of Business and Economics Experts
Florence Bouvet, Associate Professor of Economics, is an expert in macroeconomics, international economics, regional economics and European economics
Steven Cuellar, Professor of Economics, is an expert in labor economics, public policy, Econometrics, pricing and promotion in the wine industry, wages, discrimination and inequality.
Robert Eyler, Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for Regional Economic Analysis, specializes in macroeconomic and monetary theory, financial theory, financial analysis, economic history, and economic indicators for North Bay counties.
Merlin Hanauer, Assistant Professor of Economics, is an expert in environmental economics, policy evaluation and causal analysis.
Chong-Uk Kim, Associate Professor of Economics, is an expert in macroeconomics, international economics, and economic forecasting.
Michael Visser, Associate Professor of Economics, is an expert in the fields of behavioral and experimental economics, game theory, industrial organization, and econometrics.
Mark G. Nelson, Entrepreneur in Residence and Economic Unit of One, is a life long Business Builder, Entrepreneur, Consultant, Investor, Networker, Orator and Philosopher, serving as an expert in Strategic Alignment, Customer understanding and acquisition, and Human Capital and Workforce Strategies.
Armand Gilinsky, Professor of Business Administration, specializes in business plans, case studies, entrepreneurship, executive coaching, financial analysis, social responsibility, strategy and leadership and wine business strategy.
Robert Girling, Professor of Business Administration, specializes in sustainability, business in Latin America, International education, education reform, corporate social responsibility, and academic planning.
Sandra Newton, Associate Professor of Business Administration, has expertise in management information systems, and information technology personnel.
William Silver, Dean, Professor of Management, is an expert in leadership, strategy, regional economic developement, management and experiential education, training, and development.
Rich Campbell, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, is an expert in marketing, sports business, and brand management.
Ray Johnson, Director of Sonoma State's Wine Business Institute, is a wine industry expert with a particular interest in regional branding.
Liz Thach, Professor of Management and Wine Business, is an expert in the fields of leadership, human resource development, and wine business strategy/management.
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