Ph.D. in Economics, Georgia State University, US
M.A. in Economics, Georgia State University, US
MPhil. in Agriculture Resource Economics, Moi University, Kenya
B.Sc. (Hons) in Agriculture Economics, Egerton University, Kenya
Professor Steven Buigut received his MA and PhD in Economics from the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University. He also holds an MPhil and BSc in Agricultural Economics from Moi and Egerton universities in Kenya respectively. He joined AUD in 2007 and served as Chair of the Accounting and Finance department and Associate Dean of the School of Business Administration. In 2014, he was promoted from Associate Professor of Economics to his current position as Professor of Economics. He teaches Macroeconomics, Monetary and International Economics.
Professor Buigut’s research interests include Monetary Economics and International Finance. A significant part of his research has focused on regional integration effort in developing and emerging economies, especially the Sub-Saharan African. He has published in several journals including the Review of Development Economics, World Development, International Finance, International Journal of Economics and Finance and International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, among others.
Professor Buigut has also done consulting work for several training and research institutions such as AERC, KIPPRA, and APHRC.