Adeliada Mehmetaj, PhD
PhD, Drexel University
BA, Mathematics & Economics, American University in Bulgaria
- Quantitative Methods
- Mathematical Economics
Adeliada Mehmetaj recently joined Albers School of Business and Economics after successfully defending her PhD dissertation titled "Revisiting Capital Accumulation: Implications for Business Cycles and Productivity Growth" at Drexel University. During her PhD studies at Drexel she taught courses in introductory macroeconomics and lead various Math Boot Camps for incoming PhD and MA classes. At Seattle University she is set to teach classes in introductory and intermediate macroeconomics, and quantitative methods (econometrics). In her free time Professor Mehmetaj enjoys long walks in nature, cooking, yoga, and Les Mills Body Combat.