Professor, Economics and Finance
- Population Analysis, Economic Forecasting, Economic History, Predictive Analytics
Professor David Flynn began his career at the University of North Dakota in 2001. He received both his MA (1998) and PhD (2001) from the Indiana University (Bloomington) Department of Economics. He received his AB in Economics from Boston College in 1995. He is originally from Chicago. He is a member of many professional organizations including the Population Association of America, the International Institute of Forecasters, and the American Statistical Association.
Professor Flynn has many research interests. Current papers look at the mechanisms by which demographic and economic changes impact each other. He is also part of a team looking to create accurate population projections and forecasts for the state of North Dakota in light of the significant transformations due to the rise of the oil economy in the state. Additional research interests include looking at impacts, both economic and demographic, from natural disasters as well as topics in forecasting economic performance.
- ECON 411 ~ Economic Forecasting (Spring)
- ECON 565 ~ Demographic Methods for Economists (Summer)
Select Undergraduate Classes:
- SPRT 370 ~ Data Visualization
- ECON 405 ~ Bank Regulation