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Alexander Zampieron

Adjunct Professor Emeritus, Economics
Ph.D., Tufts University, 1972
Office: Morison Hall 149B | 781.891._2126 |

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Areas of interest: international trade and finance. Member of the Academic Relations Committee of the Financial Executives Institute. Member of the International Business Center of New England. Frequent participant at Midwest Finance Association and Atlantic Economic Society on topics in international finance. Consultant to business firms on international financial arrangements and problems.

Teaching Interests

International Finance; International Trade; Commercial Policies; Balance of Payments; Macroeconomics; History of Economic Thought; Economic geography

Research Interests

International Finance; International Trade; Foreign Economic Policy; Balance of Payments; Macroeconomics

Consulting/Practice Interests

Consulting on Foreign Exchange risk

Professional Memberships

American Economic Association
Atlantic Economic society
Eastern Finance Association
Financial Executives International,
Midwest Finance Association


Journal Article(s)
Zampieron, A., Weiss, J. W. (2008). Teaching Exchange Rates and the Value of the U. S. dOLLAR: A portfolio, Global Stakeholder Approach. Journal of International Business Education, Vol 3, Neilson Journals (June/July 2008), 1-26.

Zampieron, A., Weiss, J. W. (1995). The Concepts of 'Strong' and 'Weak' Dollar: Teaching Global Influences of Exchange Rates and Trade: An Integrative Approach. Journal of Teaching International Business, Vol 6 (No.4).