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Seton Hall University

Kurt Rotthoff, Ph.D.

Department of Economics and Legal Studies

I came to Seton Hall after earning my Ph.D. from Clemson University in 2007. My research interests are in Behavioral Economics, Financial Economics, and Industrial Organization; focusing on Economics and Finance in Sports and Economics of Education. I teach sport finance at the undergraduate and MBA level, economics and liberty, principles of microeconomics, and principles of macroeconomics.

Courses at Seton Hall
Economics I (ECON 1402)
Economics II (ECON 1403)
Money and Banking (ECON 2408)
Economics and Liberty (ECON 3437)
Sport Finance (BFIN 4232)
Sport Finance (BFIN 7220)