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Economics

Svetlana Smirnov

Adjunct Lecturer

Economics

Degree(s)

MA Economics - Saint Petersburg State University, Russia, Ph.D. Economic Science- Saint Petersburg State University, Russia, and MS Accounting UMass-Boston

Teaching

Dr. Smirnov’s areas of concentration are in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and International Economics. At Merrimack College, she currently teaches Topics in Introductory Economics and has also taught Introduction to Economics and Labor Economics.

Research

Focusing her research primarily upon market behavior in a transition economy, Dr. Smirnov’s publications include: Classification of market behavior of an enterprise in modern Russia and Firm’s behavior in a transition economy, presented at the Russian scientific conferences “Perspectives of Russian economy” and “Economics science: theory, methodology and direction of development,” respectively. Investments in time of crises in Russian economy was given at the Russian Federation’s scientific conference “Investments in modern Russia” and Russian enterprises: Sources of financing, at the “International scientific congress,” Saint-Petersburg.

Contact

978.837.5437
E-mail: smirnovs

Office

Cushing Hall, 103H