Malavika Nair

Assistant Professor of Economics, Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy, Troy University

Malavika Nair is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Troy University and the Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy. She was previously Assistant Professor of Economics in the School of Business at the College of Charleston, SC. Dr. Nair graduated with a PhD in Economics from Suffolk University, Boston in May 2012.

Dr. Nair's research focuses on questions related to monetary theory, financial history, private enterprise in money production and financial services as well as the economics of caste. She is particularly interested in the banking micro-foundations of Austrian Business Cycle theory and in the effect of government intervention on the circulation of money and money-like instruments.

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