Alex Prera, Ph.D.

Alex Prera, Ph.D.

Alejandro J. Prera is an assistant clinical professor in the School of Economics Sciences at WSU. He received his Ph.D. in economics with a concentration in environmental and natural resources from the University of New Mexico.

Prera has taught courses on microeconomics, macroeconomics, natural resource economics, environmental economics, econometrics, and personal finance at the undergraduate level. His current research focuses on forestry management in the southwestern United States, risk-management in the brewing industry, and urban water policy in Brazil.

He has received research grants to study flea markets in Indianapolis and has presented his work at a variety of national conferences. Before earning his Ph.D., Prera worked as a financial assistant for World Bank and Inter-American Development Bank funded projects in Guatemala. He also worked as a risk analyst for a private bank in Guatemala.

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