David Molina | Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies

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David Molina

Associate Professor, Economics Department; Member of LMAS Executive Board
(940) 565-4543
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Hickory Hall, 220K

Dr. David J. Molina, Associate Professor, Economics Department, University of North Texas. Dr. Molina is a past president of the Association of Borderland Scholars (ABS) and the American Society of Hispanic Economists. He is the chair of the year of the book committee of the ABS . His has over 30 professional peer reviewed articles, over 50 chapters in books and other publications and 3 books. His interest are immigration from Mexico to the US, Mexican micro-enterprises and remittances, income distribution in Mexico , Consumer behavior in Mexico and of Hispanics, wages of Hispanics in the US, U.S. Mexico Border Economic Issues and the economics of sports

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