JON M. BOULET, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
Office: Neves 204 See Map
Office Phone: (864) 977-7260
Dr. Jon Boulet begins his ninth year at North Greenville University as a professor of economics. He also designed the Economics for Managers and the Research Methods MBA course in the NGU Walter T. Brashier graduate school.
He earned his Ph.D. in Economics at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts. His dissertation was on the Austro-Hungarian Empire as an Optimal Currency Area.
His fields of study were:
- Macro & Microeconomics
- Monetary Theory
- International Trade & Finance
- Economic Development
- Economic History
Dr. Boulet earned his bachelor’s degree from Bryant University in North Smithfield, Rhode Island in 1987.
Boulet has been a guest on the Bob McLain radio program as an expert on economic affairs addressing the current economic crisis.
A fitness aficionado, Boulet exercises regularly and tries to keep himself in reasonable shape. He also participates in a number of runs for charity.
Dr. Boulet’s other part-time activity besides keeping in shape and raising a family is the writing of fiction. While no stories have been published, a few have been posted on the Web and he enjoys it as part-time activity.
The consummate family man, he and his wife Peggy have seven wonderful children, Jon, Catherine, Connor, Joshua, Emma, and Meagan. They reside in Taylors, South Carolina.