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Nature and Consequences of Weak Financial Markets in Reconstructing Postwar Economies: The Liberian Case (CCCU Monograph Research Series)

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This particular project emerged after a meeting of John Gorlorwulu and Jonathan Warner at the Free Market Forum held in September 2007. At the time, Warner served as a professor of economics at Dordt College in Sioux City, Iowa, and Gorlorwulu was an assistant professor of economics at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. As Warner presented a paper on currency substitution in Europe, Gorlorwulu made the connection between the issues Warner mentioned and the current economic situation in postwar Liberia. Warner and Gorlorwulu entered into discussions after the presentation and determined that to fully examine the issues in Liberia and consider possible financial solutions would require additional study and resources.

John Gorlorwulu, PhD: studied regional and development economics at Cornell University; worked as a policy economist for the State of Oregon and logistician for UNDP in Liberia. Teaches economics at George Fox University in Oregon and conducts research in regional economic development and postwar economic reconstruction.

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Warner and project director John Gorlorwulu (professor of economics at George Fox University) were awarded a grant of $9,700 to fund research on the topic, “The Nature and Consequences of Weak Financial Markets in Post Conflict Countries: The Liberian Case.”

In response to how the economy affects Christmas shopping John Gorlorwulu, assistant professor of economics at George Fox University, says Christmas “definitely effects on multiple levels.”