Areas of Interest:
- Economic Growth and Sustainable Development
- Political Economy
- Institutions and Policy Reform
- Development Finance
- Entrepreneurship and Development
- Ph.D., Open-Economy Macro and Development Economics, Northeastern University, 1995
- MBA, Northeastern University, Finance and Quantitative Methods, 1989
- Richard de Raismes Kip Endowed Professor of Economics, University of North Florida, 2017-present
- Professor and Kip Distinguished Research Fellow of Economics, University of North Florida, 2010-Present
- Director of Research, African Centre for Economic Transformation, Accra, Ghana, 2013-2014
- Associate Professor of Economics, University of North Florida, 2005-2010
- Li, Q., An, L., Xu, J. and Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Corruption costs lives: evidence from a cross-country study,” European Journal of Health Economics 19(1): 153-165., 2018.
- Addison, T. and Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Aid, the Real Exchange Rate and Why Policy Matters: The Cases of Morocco and Tunisia,” Journal of Development Studies, 53(7): 1104-1121, 2017.
- Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Trade and Environmental Quality in African Countries: Do Institutions Matter?” Eastern Economic Journal, (43(1): 155-172, 2017.
- Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Aid Effectiveness,” in Kenneth A. Reinert (ed.), Handbook of Globalization and Development (Elgar), 2017, pp. 373-391.
- Baliamoune-Lutz, M. and Cobb, S., “Evolutionary Economic Geography for OFCs: Do Political Ties to the Onshore Reduce Capital Inflow Volatility?” Growth & Change, 47(4): 335-355, 2016.
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