Non-Resident Scholar, Economics of Religion
Carl Gwin Vitae
Carl Gwin’s areas of interest for research are Industrial Organization and Applied Microeconomics and the Economics of Religion. His stream of research emphasizes a study of the strategies and tactics that companies and government have adopted to deal with either problems or opportunities presented by asymmetric information. He applies this emphasis to understanding firm objectives, organization, and behavior; contracts; and, pricing strategy in the fields of industrial organization, real estate, and marketing. His work in the economics of religion focuses on the structure of religious markets and the connections between religion-spirituality and economic growth.