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M. Ali Khan

KhanAliM. ALI KHAN, the Abram G. Hutzler Professor of Political Economy, is internationally recognized for his research in mathematical economics, international trade, and economic development. He joined the faculty in 1973, served until 1984, and returned in 1988. During his service at Hopkins, he has supervised over 33 doctoral candidates. Since assuming the Hutzler Professorship in 1988, Dr. Khan has become increasingly involved in studying the broad relationship between economic development and cultural change and, consequently, epistemological issues and the history of ideas, especially as they pertain to the Scottish Enlightenment and the 18th century. Dr. Khan is the author of more than 100 articles.