Guido Giuntini is a lecturer in the Department of Economics at Boise State University. He has a master of science degree in applied economics from the University of North Dakota and has taught economics at Shady Side Academy, a college preparatory school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for 12 years. During his tenure at Shady Side Academy, he created two new courses, one in behavioral economics and game theory, and one on the economics of poverty and discrimination, with a focus on gentrification.
His main areas of interests are microeconomics and the effects of economic factors in human behavior. His master thesis analyzed the factors affecting the demand for abortions in Pennsylvania between 2000 and 2010.
Some of his students’ work has been published in specialized publications including Earthtalk.org.
- MS in Applied Economics from the University of North Dakota
- Research project and capstone seminars
- International economics
- Global economic development
- Bagheri, F. M., Giuntini G. 2015, Border Spillover Effects and Human Development Index, Journal of Business and International Economics, 15(4): 83-90.
Current Courses: Spring 2018
|Course||Room & Times|
|ECON 303-2: Intermediate Microeconomics |
[ECON 303-2 syllabus]
|ECON 315-1: Global Economic Development |
[ECON 315-1 syllabus]
|ECON 402-1: Capstone Seminar|
[ECON 402-1 syllabus]
|ECON 303-1: Intermediate Microeconomics |
[ECON 303-1 syllabus]