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Dhimitri Qirjo

  • Associate Professor
  • SUNY Plattsburgh
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Research interests

Political EconomyEnvironmental EconomicsLabor EconomicsInternational Trade

About

Employment Associate Professor, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, August 24, 2016 -- Assistant Professor, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, August, 2012 – August, 2016 Post Doctoral Fellow, University of British Columbia, Department of Economics, July 2010 – July 2012 Education Ph.D. in Economics, Florida International University, August 2010 M.S. in Economics, Florida Atlantic University, April 2004 B.Sc. in Business Economics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, October 2002 Fields of Interest Primary: International Trade, Labor Economics, and Environmental Economics Secondary: Industrial Organization, Political Economy Thesis Title: Three Essays on Labor Liberalization and its Effects on World Economy. Committee: Richard Chisik (Chair), Cem Karayalcin, Peter Thompson. Working Papers “Monitoring, Endogenous Comparative Advantage, and Immigration”, Working Paper, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, January 2014. “Love of Variety and Immigration”, Working Paper, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, January 2014. “Skills and Immigration: A Short Run Trade Theoretical Approach”, Working Paper, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, January 2014. “FDI and Temporary or Permanent Immigration”, Working Paper, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, January 2014. “Immigration and Entrepreneurship in the USA”, with Elie Chrystostome and Dmitriy Krichevskiy, Working Paper, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, January 2014. Works in Progress “Quality of FDI and Immigration”, Work in Progress, SUNY Plattsburgh, Department of Economics & Finance, January 2014 Academic Presentations “Monitoring, Endogenous Comparative Advantage, and Immigration” Southern Economics Association Meeting, New Orleans, November 2012 Canadian Economics Association Meeting, University of Calgary, June 2012 The Department of Economics & Finance, SUNY Plattsburgh, January 2012 Spring 2011 Midwestern International Trade Meeting, University of Notre Dame, April 2011 Macro Lunch Seminar, Department of Economics, University of British Columbia, March 2011 Micro Theory Lunch Seminar, Department of Economics, University of British Columbia, November 2010 International Atlantic Economic Association Meeting, Charleston, October 2010 Western Economic Association, Portland, June 2010 Eastern Economic Association, Philadelphia, February 2010 The Department of Economics Seminar, Florida International University, December 2009 “Love of Variety and Immigration” Southern Economics Association Meeting, New Orleans, November 2012 Canadian Economics Association Meeting, University of Ottawa, June 2011 Annual International Industrial Organization Conference, Boston, April 2011 Eastern Economic Association, Philadelphia, February 2010 The Department of Economics Seminar, Florida International University, March 2009 “Skills and Immigration: A Short Run Trade Theoretical Approach” International Atlantic Economic Association Meeting, Philadelphia, October 2013 Eastern Economic Association, New York, February 2011 “FDI and Temporary or Permanent Immigration” Southern Economics Association Meeting, Tampa, November 2013 Canadian Economics Association Meeting, University of Quebec in Montreal, June 2013 Annual International Industrial Organization Conference, Boston, April 2013 International Atlantic Economic Association Meeting, Montreal, October 2012 Scholarships, Fellowships, and Honors Post Doctoral Research and Teaching Fellow, University of British Columbia, July 2010 – July 2012 Dissertation Year Fellowship, Florida International University, 2010 Graduate Assistantship, Florida International University, 2005–2009 Graduate Assistantship, Economics Department, Florida Atlantic University, 2003–2004 Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Union Scholarship, 1997–2002 Refereeing Journal of Regional Science, Journal of Development Areas Computer Skills Derive, Mathlab, Mathematica, Stata, Macromedia MX, SQL, and Unix. Languages Fluent in Albanian, English, Italian and Greek. Beginner in German and Spanish.

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Publications (5)

  • Rational Agents and Irrational Bubbles

    • Krichevskiy D
    • Qirjo D
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  • The Role of TTIP on the Environment

    • Pascalau R
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  • The Role of TTIP on the Environment

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  • Does the level of economic development and the market size of immigrants' country of birth matter for their engagement in entrepreneurial activities in the USA? Evidence from the Princeton's New Immigrant Surveys of 2003 and 2007

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    • Qirjo D
    • Chrysostome E
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  • Love of Variety and Immigration

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Professional experience

Associate Professor

SUNY Plattsburgh

August 2016 - Present

Assistant Professor

SUNY Plattsburgh

August 2012 - August 2016(4 years)

Postdoctoral Fellow

University of British Columbia Department of Economics

July 2010 - July 2012(2 years)

Education history

Economics

Florida International University

August 2005 - August 2010(5 years)

Business Economics

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

September 1998 - October 2002(4 years)