Georges earned his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan and joined the Hamilton faculty in 1989. His research focuses on macroeconomic dynamics, and his current research includes work on learning and agent-based modeling in macroeconomics and finance. Georges teaches courses in macroeconomic theory, the economics of technology and innovation, game theory, and the history of economic thought at Hamilton. He has lectured as a visiting professor at Washington University and the University of Michigan and has been a visiting fellow at the University of Oxford.
Educational Background: Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1989, B.A. Connecticut College 1983
Fields: Macroeconomics, Computational Economics and Finance
Courses: Economics of Technology and Innovation, History of Economic Thought, Game Theory and Economic Behavior, Macroeconomic Theory, Topics in Macroeconomics, Research Seminar
Interests: guitar, squash