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Timothy Nadreau

Timothy Nadreau

Adjunct Instructor

Tim Nadreau is a research economist with expertise in applied regional economic development, international trade and development, and industrial organization strategy.  As a Ph. D candidate at Washington State University, his research efforts include accuracy in Social Accounting Matrices (SAMs) and Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) models.   At the NYU School of Professional Studies, Tim is an adjunct instructor in economic development for the Initiative for Creativity and Innovation in Cities.

Tim holds a bachelor’s degree in theoretical mathematics and a master’s degree in applied economics from the University of Idaho.  He was recently awarded the Iddings Fellowship for his work on optimal public investments and tuition levels for community and technical colleges. Tim’s work has been presented at several conferences and briefings including the State Legislative Leadership Foundation the role community colleges and technical colleges in regional economic development strategy.

Currently Teaching

Tools and Techniques for Understanding Urban Economies

Gain key insights into effective economic development research methods and associated strategies for communities.