Dr. Temisan (Terence) Agbeyegbe joined the economics department in 1989 after spending six years on the faculty of Rutgers University. At Hunter, he is a board member of the Auxiliary Enterprise Corporation and the Promotion and Budget Committee. Dr. Agbeyegbe also acts as faculty sponsor for the Investment and Trading Society as well as the African Student Union.
Outside of Hunter, Dr. Agbeyegbe is a research associate with the Caribbean Center for Monetary Studies, University of the West Indies, and has held advisory and consulting positions with international agencies, such as the United Nations (UNDP, UNECA). Dr. Agbeyegbe has also served as executive editor of the Journal of Asian Economics, associate editor of Evaluation Review, associate editor of the Journal of African Finance and Economic Development (now the Journal of African Development) and associate editor of New Economic Papers-Caribbean.
Dr. Agbeyegbe’s main research interests include energy and resource economics, financial economics, time series econometrics and trade development economics. As a professor at Hunter, he regularly teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on macroeconomics and financial economics.
Dr. Agbeyegbe obtained his BA and PhD in economics from the University of Essex. He also holds two MS degrees from the London School of Economics and the University College London.