Contact Information

Phone: +1 (202) 994-8086
Fax: +1 (202) 994-5477

The George Washington University - Economics Department
Monroe Hall 306
2115 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20052


My teaching centers on economic development with a focus on poverty.

For example:

In Spring 2009, I taught the first course of the Ph.D. sequence in development economics, Econ 351.
Econ 351 PhD Seminar: Economic Development

In Fall 2009, I taught Econ 250, Survey of Economic Development, acourse for masters students in international development and international affairs.
Econ 250 Survey of Development Economics

In Fall 2007, I taught Undergraduate Economic Development.
Econ 151 Economic Development

In Fall 2006, I taught a special seminar on the Economics of Poverty Alleviation.
Econ 195 Economics of Povery Alleviation

In Spring 2006, I taught a special Writing in the Discipline (WID) section of Economic Development
(Econ 151W).

Stephen C. Smith

Stephen C. Smith

Expertise: Development economics and poverty; developing country financing issues; economics of organization; economics of cooperatives, works councils, and codetermination

Department of Economics Faculty Website

Elliott School of International Affairs Faculty Website

CCAS Faculty Website

Institute for International Economic Policy

Stephen C. Smith at IDEAS

Brookings Institution

Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)