Anandi P. Sahu obtained an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis in 1985. He is a professor and chair of economics at the School of Business Administration, Oakland University. He has concentrated his research efforts in three fields: macroeconomics, monetary theory and finance.
Dr. Sahu has published numero us articles in scholarly and professional journals. His journal publications include articles in the Southern Economic Journal, Financial Services Review, Quarterly Journal of Business and Economics, Review of Business and Economic Research, Eastern Economic Journal, Journal of Economics and Finance, Journal of Applied Business Research, Public Finance Quarterly, AAII Journal, and Personal Financial Planning. He is a co-author of four books: The Economic Legacy of Reagan Years: Euphoria or Chaos? (1991), Defense Spending and Economic Growth (1993), Understanding Macroeconomics (2006) and Practicing Financial Planning for Professionals (2007). He is also an author of a book on long-term U.S. public policy: An Agenda for a Great America (2008).