Nimai Mehta

Academic Director, Global Economics and Business Program, School of Extended and Professional Studies, American University
Professional Lecturer, Mathematics and Statistics, American University

Nimai Mehta is a professional lecturer of mathematics and statistics at American University as well as the Academic Director of the Global Economics and Business Program at the School of Extended and Professional Studies at American University. He also leads the School’s programs in China and in Europe. Nimai obtained his masters in applied economics at Bombay University and a doctorate in economics from George Mason University with specializations in comparative economic systems, public-choice, and development.

Previous to joining American University, Nimai was a Visiting Scholar at the James M. Buchanan Center for Political Economy in Fairfax, Virginia and an Adjunct Professor at George Mason University, Department of Economics. His work at the Center has centered on the economic ethics of consumption habits. .

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