Robin Grier




Robin Grier earned her Ph.D. from George Mason University in August of 1995. She was a visiting Assistant Professor of Economics and Latin American studies at Tulane University for 2 years and an Assistant Professor of Economics at CIDE in Mexico City for 2 years before joining the University of Oklahoma in August of 1999.

Professor Grier’s research has been published (or is forthcoming) in the Journal of Law and Economics, Economic Development & Cultural Change, Journal of Development Economics, Review of Development Economics, Economic Inquiry, Public Choice, Southern Economic Journal , Kyklos, Economia Mexicana, El Trimestre Economico, and Rationality and Society . Her areas of specialization are Latin American economics, the political economy of Mexico, international finance, and development & growth. Current research interests are the accumulation of human and physical capital in Latin America and Sub-Sahara Africa, political business cycles in developing countries, and inflation, uncertainty, and growth.

Professor Grier is fluent in Spanish and enjoys music, rollerblading, tennis, yoga and pilates, traveling, swimming, and reading. She lives in Norman with her husband Kevin and their dog Pluto.

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