Mohammad Safarzadeh received his Ph.D in Economics from Claremont Graduate School, majoring in advanced quantitative methods in economics and international economics. He joined USC Marshall School of Business as senior lecturer in 2014, teaching quantitative methods in finance and forecasting and risk analysis in MS Finance program and international trade and macroeconomics in undergraduate program. Before joining USC, he taught at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona as professor of economics.
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Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: May 2023 and Year-End Round-Up
We are thrilled to congratulate our faculty on recently accepted and published research, 2022-2023 teaching and research awards, and new chair appointments.
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