M., Iran Encountering Globalization: Problems and Prospects, edited by Ali Mohammadi. - Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Openness to Trade and Income Convergence in Africa.” Journal of African Development, 11(1): 109-126, 2009. “Dean Mark Dawkins has decided to return to the Coggin College of Business faculty at the end of his current contract, which runs through the remainder of the current academic year,” said UNF spokeswoman Deb Kuhr. - UNU-WIDER Workshop on Entrepreneurship and Development, Helsinki. 13 A. Coskun Samli University of North Florida Coggin College of Business Jacksonville, FL 32224 USA email@example.com. - Award for Best Peer Learning Group (as a resource person) at the Workshop on Improving Training Quality. 38-2007. - Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Economics of Summitry: An Empirical Assessment of the Economic Effect of the G-7 Summits.” Empirica 27 (3): 295-319, 2000. M., and Lutz, S., “The Contribution of Income, Social Capital, and Institutions to Human Well-Being in Africa.” In Gupta, K. R., Sevendsen, G. L. H. and P. Maiti, (eds.) - “On the measurement of Human Well-Being: Fuzzy Set Theory and Sen’s Capability Approach.” In M. McGillivray and M. Clarke (eds. 2009 - UNF Summer scholarship Award. M. (2002), “The New Economy and Developing Countries: Assessing the Role of ICT Diffusion.” UNU-WIDER Discussion Paper no. - Baliamoune-Lutz, M. and McGillivray, M., “Does Gender Inequality Reduce Growth in Sub-Saharan African and Arab Countries?” African Development Review, 21(2): 224-242, 2009. A. Coskun Samli. She has an extensive record of service to the national and international community and to the Economics Profession. ), International Business Research Conference Proceedings, Volume II, Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw, 2007. M. and Ndikumana, L., “Corruption and Growth: Exploring the Investment Channel.” In the African Economic Conference 2007 Proceedings, African Development Bank, 2009. 2008 - Transformational Learning Opportunities Grant, UNF. - Baliamoune-Lutz, M. and Ju, J.Y., “FDI and Human Capital: Evidence from Chinese Provincial Data.” American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences E- Journal, 5(1): 23-32, 2009. November 9-12, 2005. - “Tunisia’s Development Experience.” In A. Fosu, Achieving Development Success: Strategies and Lessons from the Developing World, Oxford University Press, 2013, pp. She holds an MBA and a Ph.D. in Economics from Northeastern University. Oxford University Press. Published for the African Development Bank and United Nations Economic Commission for Africa by Economica, Paris, France, 2010. Topic: “Openness to Trade and Income Convergence in Africa.” October 10, 2005. - Baliamoune-Lutz, M. and Cobb, S., “Evolutionary Economic Geography for OFCs: Do Political Ties to the Onshore Reduce Capital Inflow Volatility?” Growth & Change (forthcoming). March 2-3, 2009. M., “Policy Reform and Aid Effectiveness in Africa.” In Globalization, Institutions and African Development, Proceedings of the African Economic Conference 2008. - “Policy Reform and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries.” Chapter 9, In Naudé, W.A. July 2003. 2002 - Office of Faculty Enhancement Fellowship, UNF. - Globalization, European Integration and …? 1994. - Baliamoune-Lutz. 10245, William Davidson Institute, University of Michigan; and Working Paper no.276, Political Economy Research Institute (PERI), University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Mina Baliamoune-Lutz is Richard de Raismes Kip Professor of Business Administration and UNF's 2012 Distinguished Professor. Thank you for considering a gift to support to CCB. M., “King Hassan II and Development in Morocco.” In Encyclopedia of the Developing World, Tom Leonard, Ed., Routledge, 2005. - Endowed Professor, Richard de Raismes Kip Professor of Business Administration, 2017 present, - Distinguished Professor, University of North Florida. 39, Brooks World Poverty Institute, University of Manchester, U.K. - Baliamoune-Lutz. - Baliamoune-Lutz, M. and Cobb, S., “The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment in Offshore Financial Centers,” Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law, 2(2): 71-92, 2013. GlobalMBA ranked number one in Eastern Europe for master's programs in management. ISBN 978-0-387-88596-4 e-ISBN 978-0-387-88597-1 DOI 10.1007/978-0-387-88597-1 Library of Congress Control Number: 2008939947 - UNU-WIDER conference and Project on Inequality, Poverty and Human Well-Being. ), Domestic Resource Mobilization and Financial Development. - “Financial Reform and the Mobilization of Domestic Savings: The Experience of Morocco.” In G. Mavrotas (ed. International Entrepreneurship Innovative Solutions for a Fragile Planet. - New York University-Africa House Conference on Africa and the Indian Ocean, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, March 2010. Her empirical work on the effect of policy and institutional reforms in Africa has received significant national and international recognition. ), Perspectives on Human Well-Being, United Nations University Press, 2006, pp.119-138. - Addison, T. and Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Economic Reform when Institutional Quality is Weak: The Case of the Maghreb.” Journal of Policy Modeling, 28:1029-1043, 2006. Paper title: “One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: How Poor Infrastructure and Weak Human Capital Constrain Industrial Development in Africa.” - Invited to the Economic Research Forum 19th Annual Conference, Kuwait, March 3-5, 2013. Peer-reviewed papers in conference proceedings. - Invited by the United Nations University in Tokyo as a member of the Group of Experts on African Development to the Third Tokyo International Conference on African Development (UNU-TICAD III) follow-up workshop meeting. She also served on the Editorial Board of Feminist Economics, the Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, and the Journal of Business and Accounting, and on the Board of Directors of the Eastern Economic Association. - Baliamoune, Lutz. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing information on the site due to a disability, visit our website accessibility page. June 13-14, 2008. - Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Globalization and Gender Inequality: Is Africa Different?” Journal of African Economies (University of Oxford), 16 (2): 301-348, 2007. - African Development Bank and UN Economic Commission for Africa, African Economic Conference, Tunis (Tunisia). 2012, pp. 2011 - UNF Outstanding Faculty Service Award. Paper title: “Credit Constraints and Productive Entrepreneurship in Africa” (with Z. Brixiova and L. Ndikumana). - Baliamoune-Lutz. Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis, 18(1): 83-87, 2002. Visit Us in Bldg. Visit Us in Bldg. The University of North Florida has begun the search for a new dean for its business college. If you are experiencing difficulty accessing information on the site due to a disability, visit our website accessibility page. Coggin College of Business Hours Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:30 P.M. The College of Business has again voted to lower admission standards for UNF’s largest graduate program — the MBA. - UNU-WIDER Conference on Aid: Principles, Policies and Performance. The administration and deans believe it is inappropriate to ask them questions regarding decisions of other deans. Zed Books, 2006, pp. The FA officers are glad to assist Coggin with such a vote; a group of Coggin representatives are invited to meet with FA officers to discuss this issue. During the semester, the student team will prepare individualized recommendations based on the business’ needs. 2012, - Kip Distinguished Research Fellow, Coggin college of Business, UNF.2010-2013 - Slade Entrepreneurship Faculty Research Award. - Invited by the University of Manchester (UK) IDPM and Economic Studies to give a graduate seminar. - UNU-WIDER Conference on Country Role Models for Development Success, Helsinki. - European University Institute-European Report on Development Conference on Moving Towards the European Report on Development 2009, Florence (Italy), June 21-23, 2009. . - Baliamoune-Lutz, M., “Do Institutions and Social Cohesion Enhance the Effectiveness of Aid? This program lasts one semester. She is Professor and Kip Fellow of Economics (2010-2013) in the Coggin College of Business. - Baliamoune-Lutz. Weekends. July 2003. 32. March 2004. Mina Baliamoune-Lutz is Richard de Raismes Kip Professor of Business Administration and UNF's 2012 Distinguished Professor. Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis, 19(2): 57-58, 2003. 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2009. Parvez Ahmed is an Associate Professor of Finance at the Coggin College of Busi-ness, University of North Florida (UNF) and serves as the Director of the Center for Sustainable Business Practices. Dr. Earle C. Traynham, retired UNF provost and dean of the Coggin College of Business (CCB), and his wife, Ann M. Traynham, have made a bequest in their estate plan to support scholarships in the International Business and Transportation and Logistics flagship programs at CCB. Paper title: Women and development: The case of Tunisia - Invited by United Nations-WIDER to the ReCom Conference on ‘Aid for Gender Equality’ (Copenhagen, Denmark, December 16, 2013) to present a paper on “Aid and women’s political participation in the Middle East and North Africa” - Invited to United Nations-WIDER Conference on L2C–Learning to Compete: Industrial Development and Policy in Africa, Helsinki, 24-25 June 2013. Weekends. ), Poverty and Social Deprivation in the Mediterranean Area. 91. January 2000. - UNU-WIDER Conference on Making Peace Work, Helsinki. 42 Suite 2021 International Entrepreneurship. Paper title: “Different Arab Springs? - Baliamoune-Lutz, M., Gallo, A., and Mason, P., “Financial Depth and Economic Growth in Latin America and North Africa.” Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 15 (1): 5-12, 2007. About Our Program . A More Beautiful Question by Warren Berger To get a great answer, you need to ask the perfect question.