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Economics Professor Presents Conference Paper


Abdul B. PathanA Pennsylvania College of Technology professor recently presented a paper at the Pennsylvania Economic Association’s annual conference.

Abdul B. Pathan, professor of economics, presented a paper titled “Using Current Events to Teach Principles of Economics.” The paper will be published later this year in the conference proceedings.

The annual PEA conference, which was held in June at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, offers collegial dialogue for economists from across Pennsylvania and around the world. The association is scheduled to hold its 2007 conference at Penn College.

Pathan, who has taught at Penn College since 1987, holds a doctorate from the University of Houston. He earned master’s degrees from Williams College in Massachusetts and Dhaka University in Bangladesh.

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