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Maia Linask

Associate Professor of Economics
Robins Teaching Fellow
  • Profile

    Maia Linask is an Associate Professor of Economics at the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond. She received her Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University. Her research examines the political economy of trade policy, the interaction of trade policy and product quality, and the impact of trade policy on foreign direct investment. Her research has appeared in the Journal of International Economics, the Review of International Economics, Public Choice, and the Journal of Economic Education. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Trade & Finance Association. Among other courses, Maia teaches principles of microeconomics, international trade, and the economics capstone at the Robins School of Business.

  • Publications
    Journal Articles

    Craft, E. and Maia Linask. Learning effects of the flipped classroom in a principles of microeconomics course. The Journal of Economic Education 51:1 (2020), 1-18.

    Linask, Maia and J. Monks. Measuring faculty teaching effectiveness using conditional fixed effects. The Journal of Economic Education 49:4 (2018), 324-339

    Lake, James and Maia Linask. Could tariffs be pro-cyclical? Journal of International Economics 103 (2016), 124-146.

    Lake, James and Maia Linask. Domestic political competition and pro-cyclical import protection, Review of International Economics, 24:3 (2016), 564-591.

    Lake, James and Maia Linask. Costly distribution and the non-equivalence of tariffs and quotas, Public Choice, 165:3 (2015) 211-238. 

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