Leanne M Roncolato Associate Professor of Economics
Prof. Roncolato graduated from American University with her Ph.D. in Economics in 2013. She began teaching at Franklin and Marshall College in 2014. She previously worked at the International Labour Organization in Geneva, Switzerland. Her early publications include work on internationl trade, structural change, and informal employment. Recently, she has been doing research on the economics of gay and lesbian households, the gendered division of care labor, and the economic experience of NYC subway dancers.
For more about Prof. Roncolato's research see: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Leanne_Roncolato
CNX 158 Social Activism: Preparing for Effective Dialogue
ECO 200 Microeconomics
ECO 320 International Trade
ECO 244 Gender in the Economy