Emma D. Bojinova, PhD Assistant Professor of Economics and Finance
BS, MS, Economics (Business Logistics) – University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria
MS, Ph.D., Economics – University of Kentucky
Dr. Bojinova's teaching interests are International Trade, International Finance, Microeconomics, Industrial Organization, Labor Economics and she enjoys researching areas such as International Trade, Geographic Locations, Industry Shakeouts, and Health Economics.
Dr. Bojinova's teaching experience at Canisius includes International Economics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Principles of Microeconomics, and Business Statistics I.
Dr. Bojinova joined the faculty of the Economics and Finance Department in the fall of 2008. During her graduate studies at the University of Kentucky (2003-2008), she taught Principles of Microeconomics and Statistics for Business and Economics (second course in a two-semester sequence) to undergraduate students. She has participated and presented her research at several conferences among which are the 2008 Spring Meetings of the Midwest International Economics Group, Kentucky Economic Association Meetings, Southern Economic Association Meetings, and the 2009 Winter Global Conference on Business and Finance.