Bureau of Business and Economic Research
Christiadi received his Ph.D. in Economics in 2005 from West Virginia University (WVU). His research interests include urban-regional and labor-demographic economics, with a primary focus on migration. His work has appeared in Journal of Regional Science and Papers in Regional Science.
Christiadi joined the BBER in 2009. As the BBER demographer, Christiadi serves as the BBER and West Virginia representative for the FSCPE (Federal-State Cooperative for Population Estimates) program. He is responsible for the production of the West Virginia Population Projections for the state's 55 counties and conducting studies analyzing how West Virginia demographic patterns and trends may affect the state economy as a whole. Christiadi is also in charge of the development and maintenance of the BBER website, providing one-stop access to demographic and socioeconomic data concerning West Virginia and its regions. He has also conducted a variety of economic impact and labor market studies. In addition to research, Christiadi is currently an adjunct faculty in the Economics Department, teaching Macroeconomics in the online hybrid MBA program. Christiadi has also taught other courses such as Managerial Economics, Urban Economics, Economic Development, Microeconomics, and Principles of Economics.
- Ph.D., Economics, West Virginia University
- M.A., Economics, University of Colorado at Denver
- B.A., Agricultural Socio-Economics, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia