Mr. Anas Ramadan



  • Computational Economics

  • Environmental Economics

  • Natural Resource Economics


  • Winter 2010-GTA:  FARE, Operations Management AGEC*3310

  • Fall 2009- GTA:     Sociology and Anthropology department, Quantitate Methods SOAN*3120

Research Impact:

  • Computational Environmental Dynamic Modeling Economics
  • Empirical Bayes Nonparametric Density Estimation of Crop Yield Densities: Rating Crop Insurance Contracts
  • Modeling and Estimating Economic Impacts of Particle Matters Emitted by Idling Diesel Engines on Respiratory Illnesses in Children

Teaching Interests:

  • Computational Econometrics

  • Quantitative methods, Statistics, Probabilities

  • Economic Analysis Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

  • Programming: C, C++, R


  • MSc: Applied Statistics

  • MSc: FARE

  • MA: Economics

  • BA: Economics, Minor Computer Science

  • Diploma: Network & Internet Systems Specialist

Featured Publications:

"Superiority of Flexible Exchange Regime over Fixed Exchange Rate", University of Windsor Leddy Library, Major Paper.