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Professor of Economics, is the author of CBER's South Georgia Business Outlook. Dr. Tori's primary research interests center on financial services, central banking, international trade, and returns to education. Her research has been published in several journals including the Journal of Macroeconomics, the Atlantic Economic Journal, and the International Journal of Economics and Finance. Additionally, Dr. Tori regularly completes privately-commissioned impact studies for CBER, and works closely with the Valdosta-Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce on projects such as their IMPACT 2012 project. Dr. Tori received her BS in finance from the University of Florida. After four years of working in the banking industry, she entered graduate school at University Kentucky where she received her Ph.D. in economics. Her greatest professional joy is working with and preparing her students for their chosen careers and expanding their understanding of the macro-economy and policy decisions. Dr. Tori is married with three children, and her hobbies include boating, going to the beach, and spending time with her family and friends
Professor of Economics, is the author of CBER's quarterly Cost of Living Index. Dr. Denaux received her Ph.D. in Economics, with a minor in Statistics, from North Carolina State University before joining the Langdale College faculty in 2002. She received her BA in Economics from the Political Science Faculty, Ankara University in Ankara, Turkey. In 1994, she came to the USA to pursue her graduate studies, receiving an MBA from New Hampshire College, as well as a Master's in Economics and Ph.D. from NC State. After graduating, she worked briefly at Meredith College in Raleigh, North Carolina where she was recognized as 2001-2002 MBA Professor of the Year. Her research and teaching interests are macroeconomics, economic growth and development, econometrics, and international trade
Dr. Attila Cseh is the Department Head of Langdale College's Department of Economics and Finance and also serves as Associate Professor of Economics. Before coming to the United States to pursue his graduate studies, Dr. Cseh worked for the Hungarian Debt Management Agency. He has a B.A. from Budapest University of Economic Sciences, an M.A. from Central Missouri State University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky. Dr. Cseh regularly completes privately-commissioned applied research projects for CBER, and formerly served as editor of the quarterly Cost of Living Index. In addition to his duties as department head, Dr. Cseh teaches Principles of Microeconomics, Health Economics, and International Economics courses. His research focuses on the labor market consequences of mental health and on public policy aimed at mental health.