Ph.D., Cornell University M.A., Cornell University
Robert Moore taught at Wells College and Colgate University in New York State prior to coming to Georgia State University. His primary research interests fall broadly within the areas of international trade and development with a focus on trade policy between developed and developing countries and income inequality. Secondary research interests include issues related to labor supply and other aspects of household economics. His research on economic development and income inequality has appeared in academic journals such as the Quarterly Journal of Economics, the Journal of Development Economics, Economic Development and Cultural Change, the Southern Economic Journal, and the Review of Income and Wealth among others. His research on international trade has appeared in the Review of International Economics, the Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, the Journal of Developing Areas, the Journal of Economic Development, and the Journal of World Trade, among others. His research on household economics has appeared in Applied Economics Letters, the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, and the Journal of Population Economics, among others.
Moore served at the Associate Dean of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies from 2001-2013. He also served as the Interim Dean of the School in 2008-2009 and again as Acting Dean in 2010. He was a member of the inaugural class (2001) of the Diversity Leadership Academy of Atlanta.
Education: Ph. D., Cornell University
M.A., Cornell University
B.B.A., Emory University
Specializations: International Trade
Income Inequality and Welfare