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Principles of Microeconomics Macroeconomics International Economics Theory and Practice of International Trade and Finance
William F. Donnelly, S.J.
Professor, Department of Economics
Professor Donnelly teaches courses in international trade and finance, macroeconomics, and principles of international economics. He is currently completing a book on ethics and microeconomics (co-authored with John Piderit, S.J.). His recent research concerns exports of American motion pictures and foreign subsidies and competition. He also works on economic growth and trade liberalization in Central and South America and offshore financial centers.
Professor Donnelly earned a bachelor's (in commerce) and master's degree (in sacred theology) at Santa Clara University. He earned a doctorate in economics from New York University, and a master's in economics from Gonzaga University.
Professor Donnelly has written on the economics of poverty and immigration economics. He has consulted for the Vice Provincial for Education, California Province of the Society of Jesus, and has been a member of the Board of Regents and Board of Trustees at Santa Clara University. He was also on the Board of Trustees for Loyola Marymount University. He is past Rector of the Jesuit Community of SCU and served as the University's Academic Vice President from 1973 to 1978.