University of Oklahoma
Department of Economics 
Cynthia L. Rogers
Associate Professor
328 Hester Hall
729 Elm Ave.
Norman, OK 73019
Phone: (405) 325-5843
Fax: (405)325-5842

Professor Rogers earned her Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Pittsburgh. Prior to joining OU’s economics department, she was at the Regional Research Institute of West Virginia University.  She is the 2005-2006 President of the Southern Regional Science Association and on the editorial boards of Review of Regional Studies and Growth and Change.  Her research interests include Regional and Urban Economics, State and Local Public Finance, and Local Economic Development.  She has published in a range of journals, including Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Urban Economics, Regional Science and Urban Economics, and Review of International Economics.  She has evaluated project proposals for the National Science Foundation and has participated in numerous externally funded research projects, including projects for the US Department of Agriculture (NRI) and the Federal Transit Authority.  She currently teaches undergraduate courses in Urban Economics (ECON 4453), and Information, Technology and the Economy (ECON 3233), as well as a graduate course in Planning and Policy Analysis (ECON 6123).



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