Christian Nsiah holds a Ph. D in Economics, MA in Financial Economics, and a BBA from Middle Tennessee State University. He has been Professor of Economics and Finance from 2004 to the present. He served as an Assistant, and tenured Associate Professor, and the program director for economics and finance at Black Hills State University from 2005-2012, and he is currently as Associate Professor of Economics and Finance at Baldwin Wallace University. He currently is the faculty director of the Equity Valuation and investment clinic and investment club of Baldwin Wallace University.
Christian’s research mainly focuses on Economic Growth & Development Policies of African Economies, International Trade, and International Finance. His articles have appeared in various journals including: African Development Review, The Journal of Economics, The Journal of Developing Areas, Tourism Management, Journal of Family and Economic Issues, The Annals of Regional Science, Review of Regional Studies, American Economist Journal, Economia Internazionale/International Economics, Journal of Economics and Finance, Tourism Economics.
Christian has the unique status of being the only Olympic Games participant that held a Ph.D. in economics while he was competing (He is a 3 time Olympian, participating in the 1996, 2000, and 2004 Olympic Games). In his spare time, he enjoys playing soccer, running, reading, and traveling.