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John Korsak

Adjunct Lecturer

Academic Division: Economics
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Bio

​​​John Korsak received his BA in Economics and Philosophy from Boston College, his MA and PhD in Economics from Clark University. Korsak has worked as a comptroller in political campaigns and as a product marketing manager for an internet software company. He has been a featured speaker at Comnet, worked on a project to provide an online economics class for the Commonwealth of Virginia and has been a recurring panelist at the Colleges of the Fenway teach-in on global climate change. His fields of interest are poverty research, behavioral economics and statistical measurement. He has taught classes on Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Game Theory, Statistics, Probability and the Economics of Everyday Life. ​

Academic Degrees

  • Ph D, Clark University
  • BA, Boston College

Academic Interests

Urban Economics; Labor Economics; Statistical Methodology; Applied Microeconomics

Courses

Degree Courses 2015-2016
  • SME 2031: PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
  • ECN 6110: GAME THEORY FOR ENTREPRENEURS
  • ECN 2000: PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
  • ECN 3667: STRATEGIC GAME THEORY