- Ph.D. (Economics), The Ohio State University, 1989
- AB (Economics), University of Michigan, 1983
Areas of Specialization
- Economic Development
- Transition Economies
- Regional Economics
Professor Brock has taught economics at GSU since 1999. Additional teaching experience includes teaching at Southern Federal University (Feb./March 2015, Taganrog campus – RUSSIA), Vilnius University (Jan. 2015 & Fall 1990, LITHUANIA), Veracruz University (Fulbright Scholar, May/June 2010, Xalapa, MEXICO), Moscow State University (Fall 1995, Journalism Faculty, RUSSIA), Volgograd State University (Spring 1991, RUSSIA), Kent State University (1989-1994), The Ohio State University (1985-1987). Courses taught include principles of microeconomics, principles of macroeconomics, international business (mba), international trade, comparative economic systems, and soviet economy. He has seven years consulting experience in K-12 settings in Georgia and Ohio with teachers/students to improve pre-college economics education with workshop/activities/curriculum changes. Foreign languages: Russian and Spanish.
Last updated: 10/6/2017