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Dale F. Kuntz

Professor, Economics
Professor of Global Studies
Ph.D., University of Connecticut, 1979
MA, University Of Connecticut, 1971
BA, Canisius College, 1970
Office: Adamian Academic Center 187 | 781.891._2237 |

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Current research focuses on refining international comparative measures of economic and human development. Primary areas of teaching interest include international economic growth and development, macroeconomics, and interdisciplinary aspects of international studies. Delivered papers at Southern, Eastern, Western, and International Atlantic Economic Association meetings.

Teaching Interests

International Economic Growth and Development; Intermediate Macroeconomics; Principles of Economics; Interdisciplinary International Studies

Research Interests

International Economic Growth and Development; Modifications to the Human Development Index

Professional Memberships

American Economic Association
Eastern Economic Association
International Atlantic Economic Society
Western Economic Association


Journal Article(s)

Conference Presentations

Kuntz, D. F., Grubaugh, S. G. (2011). "Freedom and Growth as Dimensions of Human Development." Presented at the International Atlantic Economic Asssociation's Atlantic Economic Conference, Washington DC.


Department Service
Represented Economics Department, 2014
Bentley Open House- Fall 2014, 2014 - Present
Course Coordinator for Principles of Economics , 2014 - Present
Committee Chair for Principles of Economic International Coverage Committee, 2014 - Present

University Service
At-Large for Faculty Senate - 2014