Ann E. Davis

Associate Professor of Economics


Prof. Davis regularly teaches Environmental Economics and International Economics, as well as the First Year Seminar.She served as the founding Director of the Marist College Bureau of Economics Research from 1990 -2005, where she published quarterly reports of the Hudson Valley economy and economic impact studies.She has also published in a range of academic journals on economic history and methodology, such as the Journal of Economic Issues, Science and Society, the Review for Radical Political Economics, and the Cambridge Journal of Economics, as well as numerous book chapters.She has served three terms as an elected board member of the Eastern Economic Association, three terms as an elected member of the Steering Committee for the Union for Radical Political Economics, and is active in other professional associations as well.She served as Director of the National Endowment for Humanities Summer Institute "Meanings of Property," in June 2014, with visiting leading scholars John Searle, Alan Ryan, and Mary Poovey. Her recent books include The Evolution of the Property Relation: Understanding Paradigms, Debates, and Prospects, Palgrave MacMillan, 2015, and Money as a Social Institution, Routledge, 2017.


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