Professor of Economics
Stillwaggon is a professor of economics and the Harold G. Evans-Eisenhower Professor at Gettysburg College. An officer and board member of the International AIDS Economic Network, she's taught in universities and conducted research around the world.
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Health impact of poverty and economic crisis, economics of AIDS
Expertise: HIV/Aids, poverty, economics, developing nations
Education: Ph.D from American University
Author of the book AIDS and the Ecology of Poverty, Stillwaggon has written extensively on HIV/AIDS in developing nations for both scholarly journals and popular media. She also wrote the 1998 book, Stunted Lives, Stagnant Economies: Poverty, Disease, and Underdevelopment, about the interaction of poor health and poverty in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
She has presented her research at numerous conferences, including the International AIDS Economics Symposium in Durban, South Africa in 2000 and in Bangkok, Thailand in 2004; at the XV International AIDS Conference in Bangkok and the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Ontario in 2006; at the World Health Organization in May 2005; and at numerous universities in Europe, Africa, Asia, and North and South America.
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