Jenny Minier
Julian Lange Professor of Economics
Department Chair, Economics
Miami University (Ohio)

My research is primarily in the fields of economic growth, development, and international trade. Here's my c.v. 
I'm teaching ECO 347 (Economic Development) in spring 2024 and fall 2024, and I've also recently taught ECO 315 (Intermediate Microeconomics) and ECO 420I (Economic Growth).

In summer 2024, I had the wonderful opportunity to participate in a Fulbright-Hays seminar in Colombia - you can read a little about it here and here.
I moved to Miami in 2022 from the University of Kentucky, where I regularly taught Economics 402 (Intermediate Macroeconomics), Economics 499 (an undergraduate seminar course on the Economics of Africa), Economics 602 (the first macroeconomics course in the Ph.D. sequence), and Economics 762, a Ph.D. field course in macroeconomics.

I was a Fulbright Scholar in Belgium in 2012. While at the University of Kentucky, I directed the Ph.D. program in economics from 2015-18, chaired the University's Senate Advisory Committee on Promotion and Tenure (SACPT) from 2017-19, and directed UK's Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) from 2018-19. I also served on the advisory boards of UK's Center for Equality and Social Justice (CESJ) and the United in True Racial Equity (UNITE) Research Priority Area.

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My last name is pronounced, approximately, minn-ear (or minn-yay).
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