Few people can explain the relationships between Austin and the broader global economy quite as well as Daniel Hamermesh.
The University of Texas economics professor has made Central Texas his home base for two decades, yet he continues to research and teach extensively around the country and the world. At last count, Hamermesh had lectured at more than 225 universities in 47 states and 32 foreign countries over the course of his career.
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There are many interesting and insightful people in the Central Texas business community. On Sundays, the American-Statesman business team brings you in-depth interviews with some of them, focusing on topics that matter to our community. To nominate someone for the Statesman Sunday Interview, email Statesman business editor Barry Harrell at email@example.com.