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Robert H. Scott III is professor of economics and finance in the Department of Economics, Finance, and Real Estate. He teaches Business Statistics; Money, Credit, and Financial Institutions; Macroeconomics and Financial Analysis using Bloomberg. He has published articles in the Journal of Economic Issues, Review of Social Economy, Challenge, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, Focus, Journal of Economic Education, Journal of Financial Education, and others. His research interests include credit cards, consumer debt, financial literacy, small business financing, ecological economics and Kenneth Boulding. He is the author of Kenneth Boulding: A Voice Crying in the Wilderness (2015) published by Palgrave Macmillan and included in their Great Thinkers in Economics book series.
Professor Mitchell studied Economics as an undergraduate at the University of California (Santa Cruz) and as a graduate student at the London School of Economics. He completed a Ph.D. in Politics at Oxford University. His published research and teaching interests focus on Latin America, and he organizes departmental trips for MU students to Buenos Aires, Argentina and Oxford, UK.