Kailash Khandke (Ph.D., University of California Davis, 1993) has been with
the economics department at Furman since 1995.
His teaching interests include macroeconomic theory, international
trade, money and banking, and economic growth theory.
Prior to joining Furman, he was a visiting assistant professor at Santa
Clara University (Calif.) and at Middlebury College (Vt.). In 2005, he was
appointed chair of the Implementation Task Force and Steering Committee for
Furman's transition to its new calendar and curriculum. He served as the
university’s Assistant Academic Dean for Study Away & International
Education from 2007-2015.
Professor Khandke was the recipient of the Alester G. Furman, Jr. and Janie
Earle Furman Award for Meritorious Teaching in 2007. His recent research
interests have been in the areas of Asian economics, and electoral political
cycles. He has worked with and
supervised a number of student research projects through the Economics
Department's Hollingsworth summer research programs over the years.