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Mr. Brian Hunt

Lecturer of Economics

Office: College of Business T-234
Accounting, Economics, and Finance
College of Business


Brian A. Hunt earned his M.A. in Global Trade, Finance, and Economic Integration at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. He has worked in international banking with U.S. Bank and Bank One and served as an open-source intelligence analyst covering economic, political, and security issues in East and South East Asia for Global 1000 companies. From 2004-2015<br>Mr. Hunt served as an Economist and Visiting Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies in Atlanta, Georgia.


MA, Global Trade, Finance, and Economic Integration, University of Denver, 2000

BA, International Studies, University of South Carolina, 1995

Awards and Honors

Chancellor's Learning Scholar, University System of Georgia, Honor, 2020

Intellectual Contributions

Brian Hunt, Macroeconomics: Principles Deconstructed, Cognella Publisher – August 1 2016

Brian Hunt, 12 month Political and Economics Risk Outlook for Sri Lanka, Political Risk Services Newletter – November 12 2019

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

Iryna Hayduk, Reza Kheirandish, Vinod Vincent, Brian Hunt, Russell Spears, Clayton County Strategic Economic Development Plan, Development Authority of Clayton County, Local, 75000, Funded –  January 2020 to May 2021

Brian Hunt, Reza Kheirandish, Melva Robertson, COVID-19’s current and future impact on Clayton County’s Human Capital and Productivity Growth Profile. , ARP/HEERF III Instiutional Funds, Federal, 20000, Funded –  May 1 2022 to December 31 2022

Brian Hunt, Craig Hill, marsha anderson, Reducing building vacancy rates and mitigating agriculture supply chain disruption through vertical farming investments in Clayton County’s transportation and warehousing industry, ARP/HEERF III Institutional Fund, Federal, 20000, Funded –  January 1 2022 to April 31 2022


Brian Hunt, Outlook for the Euro and Eurozone 2011, Global Transfer Pricing Symposium, Ernst and Young –  November 1 2011

Brian Hunt, "China’s One Belt-One Road Initiative: Exporting Out Excess Production Capacity through Internationalization of the Chinese Renminbi", Fastmarkets RISI –  August 1 2017

Brian Hunt, Reducing the “Rent Tax” on Low-Income Communities through Housing Diversity and Ex-urbanization, SAM International Business Conference 2021, Society of Advanced Management –  March 20 2021

Brian Hunt, Russell Spears, "Accounting for Geopolitical Risk in Supply Chain Operations", April 2021 CSU Supply Chain Roundtable Meeting, CSU Supply Chain Roundtable –  April 17 2021

Iryna Hayduk, Reza Kheirandish, Brian Hunt, Vinod Vincent, Russell Spears, Clayton County Strategic Economic Development Plan, Clayton County Board of Commissioners Meeting, Clayton County Board of Commissioners –  July 2021

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

University, President's Budget and Advisory Council, Committee Member –  September 27 2019 to May 31 2020

University, University Hearing Panel, Committee Member –  August 23 2019 to December 31 2019

College, Corporate Engagement, Committee Member –  August 1 2019 to Present

College, Faculty Senate, Committee Member –  August 1 2020 to May 31 2022

College, "Excel" Spine Committee, Committee Member –  February 1 2021 to Present

College, Assessment of Learning , Committee Member –  October 1 2021 to Present

University, Faculty Affairs Committee, Committee Member –  September 15 2021 to Present

Service to the Profession

Board of Advisors of a Company, Macmillan Learning"s Faculty Advisory Board for Upper Level Economics, National –  April 1 2020 to Present

Reviewer, Conference Paper, Society for Advanced Management, Regional –  February 14 2020

Committee Chair, CREST/Steering Sub-Committee on Housing, Income Inequality, and Poverty Reduction, Local –  September 2 2020 to May 31 2021

Reviewer, Conference Paper, Socierty for Advanced Management, National –  March 7 2021 to March 7 2021