B.A. Macalester College, Ph.D. Development Economics, University of Wisconsin Madison

Courses Taught

Principles of Economics, Economics of Globalization, International Trade and Finance, Asian Economies, Accounting and Finance, Economics Senior Seminar

Research Interests

Her primary research interests include globalization and economic growth and development of developing nations, especially East and Southeast Asian economies.

Diep Phan

Professor of Economics
Neese Chair and Director of the Upton Program
Chair of the Data Science & Data Analytics Program

 Email:  Phone: 608-363-2113  Office: Room 202, Campbell Hall

Professor Phan teaches a variety of economics and business courses, and has mentored many students in their pursuit of careers in business, be it marketing, consulting, finance, or accounting. Coming from an entrepreneurial background, she enjoys mentoring students who want to start their own businesses.

Professor Phan’s international and multi-cultural background has brought global perspectives into her teaching and advising, making her popular among international students and domestic students with international interests. Recently, she worked with faculty in many departments to create the inter-disciplinary data science & data analytics program, and is currently its co-chair.  

Originally from Hanoi, Vietnam, Professor Phan has been living in the US for more than twenty years. She currently lives in Beloit with her husband and two adorable children. Though Beloit is a small town, she loves it here and likes its strong sense of community. 

Professor Phan received her PhD in Development Economics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2008, and started teaching at Beloit in 2009.

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