Thomas Gresik

Thomas Gresik

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Professor of Economics and Econometrics

Office: 720 Flanner Hall
Phone: 574-631-9341

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Areas of Expertise

International trade and finance, gas prices, multinational enterprises, tax policies and economy

Gresik’s research areas include mechanism design with private information and international tax policy/competition, and he has served as an expert on soaring gas prices for an Indiana public forum on energy issues. Gresik’s studies have been published in top journals, including the Journal of Economic Theory, Journal of International Economics, Journal of Public Economics and the International Economic Review. Gresik serves as an associate editor of the European Economic Review and International Tax and Public Finance and has advised the European Central Bank, Norwegian Tax Office and Norwegian Ministry of Energy. Gresik also is a faculty fellow in Notre Dame’s Kellogg Institute for International Studies, Institute for Educational Initiatives and Center for Applied Mathematics.


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National Catholic Register — Trump and Trade: A Catholic Take
Fox 28 — Why are gas prices so high?
WLS 890 AM — Expert: Weather a factor in soaring gas prices
South Bend Tribune — Sturgis gas prices among cheapest