M. Saif Rahman, Ph.D., North Carolina. Dr. Rahman’s primary interests lie in the areas of economic development, international trade and policy reform. He takes a micro-theoretic approach in his research, using game theory and general equilibrium analysis to explore topics ranging from neoclassical specialization to the political economy of policy reform. His current teaching areas include economic systems, economic development, and microeconomics. He comes to Ohio Wesleyan from Agnes Scott College, where he was a recent recipient of the Student Senate Annual Faculty Award for teaching excellence.