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Shortly after completing his graduate studies at CUNY’s Baruch College Geoffery Mullings began working for the New York City Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget analyzing, modelling, and forecasting Personal Income Tax collections. He teaches Macroeconomics and introductory Economics courses through a multidisciplinary lens emphasizing the interactions between society, policy, and theory. Geoff’s pet projects and passions include keeping up with research and dialogue in the areas of socioeconomics, behavioral economics, public health, nutrition, and fitness. A native New Yorker, Geoff lives in The Bronx with his wife.
Macroeconomics, Econometric Modeling & Forecasting, Investment Analysis, Data Science, Public Finance, Socioeconomics, Urban Economics
- B.S. Fordham University, Psychology, 2011
- M.B.A. City University of New York, Baruch College, Economics, Marketing, 2015
- This course is intended primarily for those students who intend to pursue professional careers in fields such as economics, finance, management, and administration. It is also open to highly motivated students in other areas. Topics include: national income and national product; saving, consumption, investment, the multiplier theory, fiscal policy, inflation, employment and business cycles. The student will also be acquainted with money, banking, and central bank monetary policies, as well as some of the more significant theories of international trade and economic development.
- This course provides an introduction to the fundamental economic concepts of production, consumption and price determination, as developed by economists over the last two centuries for understanding market economies. The class introduces students to the role of markets and economic policy in our contemporary global economy at the individual and societal level. The topics to be explored in the course span the areas of economics and economic history, and may include the banking system, social insurance programs, international trade, market regulations, the role of unions, and the federal budget. The student will come away with a broad understanding of economic issues, methods, ideas, and history.
Research and Projects
- (2015, March). Subconscious Biases Might Affect When Cops Pull Trigger. City Limits