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Faculty | Emeritus Professor

Behrouz Tabrizi

Contact Information

[email protected]
Office: 718-489-5445
Room 7004


Federal Reserve Bank, Interest Rates, Islam’s Affect on Third World Economies and Women’s Rights


Ph.D., Nehru University, New Delhi-India

Dr. Tabrizi's scholarly research interest is on the Theories of Socioeconomic Development and the related issues in less developed countries. His work concentrates on class-related issues, and the impact of Islamic Laws on the process of "growth" and "development" in general, and the status of women in particular. His published work includes a summary of his article, "The Islamic Constitution, Women, and the Socioeconomic Development of Iran" which appeared in Women and Gender in Global Perspectives, April 2003, Vol. 23, a book review of Michael Zweig's "The Working Class Majority: America's Best Kept Secret" was published by the Review of Radical Political Economics. Dr. Tabrizi is also the moderator of the Economics society and Omicron Delta Epsilon (ODE) at St. Francis College.

Media Appearances
Dr. Tabrizi has commented on Federal Rate Cuts for the Associated Press and appeared on Saudi Arabian TV (KSA2) discussing education in the United States.

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