Assistant Professor of Economics
Office: Rosenstock Hall, Room 118
Office hours: By appointment
- Ph.D., American University
- B.A., American University
- ECON 206 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECON 306 Microeconomic Analysis
- ECON 310 Environmental Economics
- ECON 320 Economics of Gender
- ECON 328 Labor Economics
- ECON 560 Managerial Economics (MBA)
Professor George earned her bachelor of arts and doctoral degrees from American University in Washington, D.C. Her research and teaching interests include international trade, labor, development and gender economics. Her current research evaluates how trade liberalization differentially affects women’s and men’s employment in the United States. Before joining Hood College, Professor Hinchey taught as a collateral instructor at Virginia Commonwealth University and as a lecturer at American University.
- "Trade Liberalization, Job Flows, and Gender in U.S. Manufacturing: 1990 to 2005"
- "Trade and the Gender Wage Gap in U.S. "
- "Job Flows, Gender, and International Competition in U.S. Manufacturing: 1990 to 2005"