Vlad Dolgopolov

Vlad Dolgopolov, Ph.D.

Section Leader, Economics

Email: vvdolgopolov@wm.edu

Program: Online MBA

Ph.D., Economics, Clark University
MA, Economics, Clark University
MLA, Management, Harvard University
MS, Higher Education Administration, Southern New Hampshire University
BS, Business Economics & Finance and Psychology, University of Indianapolis
Expertise: Economics, statistics, management, nonprofit management, higher education administration and leadership, quantitative analysis and statistics, health care

Vlad Dolgopolov is a section leader for William & Mary’s Online MBA program. He also is an associate professor at National Louis University in Chicago. Vlad has taught courses on micro/macroeconomics, statistics, global economics, management, higher education leadership, nonprofits, and quantitative analysis at the undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels.

In addition to teaching at residential and online programs across the U.S. and in Greece, he has extensive professional experience working in higher education. Most recently, he served as the associate dean of College and Professional Studies at National Louis University. He has held various administration-level positions in the Antonelli College System in Illinois, the Empire Education Corporation in New York and at Clark University in Massachusetts.

Vlad’s academic pursuits include completing advanced coursework at New York University and at universities in Greece and Russia. He has contributed to several published books and authored a piece on monetary policy for the Atlantic Economic Journal. He is a member of the American Economic Association and the Council on Law in Higher Education. Vlad is also bilingual in English and Russian and speaks intermediate Greek.