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Kent Seibert

Kent Seibert

Professor of Economics & Business
Chair, Department of Economics and Business

Kent Seibert brings to Gordon many years of corporate experience in three Fortune 200 firms. He has also taught business at Wheaton College and served as their Business/Econ department chair. He has published in the areas of management development and the integration of Christianity and business. His current research focuses on faith in the marketplace, social entrepreneurship, and business as mission. The values of stewardship, justice, and service ... more ➔

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Kristen Cooper

Kristen Cooper

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business

Professor Cooper teaches classes in microeconomics, public policy, environmental economics, and Christian Teaching on the Economy. Her current research focuses on the development and use of well-being measures for public policy. She has also published on other topics related to behavioral economics and welfare (wellbeing) economics, including consumer behavior in “fast fashion” markets, evaluating environmental policy, and the strategic ... more ➔

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Henry Hao

Assistant Professor of Economics and Business

Henry Hao is an expert in economics for financial professionals. He previously served as faculty for a masters program in International Economics and Finance where he taught international trade, international finance, and financial economics. 

Henry, a CFA Level II candidate, earned both his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of California, Davis. While there, he won the Outstanding ... more ➔

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Andrew Moore

Andrew Moore

Professor in the Practice of Economics and Business

Andy comes to Gordon with over 30 years of business experience in the administration, management, finance and accounting areas. His experience includes time with Global Marine Drilling Co., with over four years living and working in the Netherlands and seven months in Scotland. Andy was a manager at Pritchard, Bieler, Gruver & Willison, P.C., a C.P.A. firm; CFO of the Regency Foundation, an affiliate of Philadelphia Biblical University; and ... more ➔

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Margaret Niehaus

Margaret Niehaus

Lecturer

Margaret has taught at Gordon since 2000, in both the Economics and Business and the Mathematics and Computer Science Departments. She trained as an applied mathematician, and initially worked in the field of geophysical fluid dynamics. This included analytical modeling of the large-scale motion of the midlatitude atmosphere, and numerical modeling of fine-structure in the upper ocean. Her positive experience as a teaching assistant ... more ➔

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Alice Tsang

Alice Tsang

Professor in the Practice of Economics and Business
Director of Global Partnerships

Alice spent most of her career as a fixed income analyst, covering municipal and taxable bonds issued by states and municipalities, utilities, bank holding companies and insurance companies. Alice’s analysis expertise spans corporate, public and structured finance. Throughout her long business career at several industry leaders, she had worked closely with issuers, investment bankers, bond counsels, portfolio managers, traders and financial ... more ➔

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Meirwyn Walters

Meirwyn Walters

Adjunct

Meirwyn Walters has taught Business Law in the Economics and Business Department since 1994.  Mr. Walters is passionate about connecting substantive classroom topics with real-world applications. He seeks to apply a Christian worldview to understanding God’s expectations for the legal field. A full-time attorney, Mr. Walters’s wide breadth of legal experience informs his approach in the classroom. As partner at WaltersLacey LLP, ... more ➔

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