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John F. Stewart

Emeritus Professor
Industrial Organization


Dr. John Stewart was trained as an empirical industrial organization economist and in his early career his research centered on corporate merger behavior, regulation and antitrust.  Since 1985, most of his work has concentrated on maternal and child health issues in developing countries.  He has been a Fellow of the Carolina Population Center since 2001.  Dr. Stewart has worked on a number of the Measure and Measure/Evaluation projects. He currently serves as cost expert for the MLE (Measurement, Learning and Evaluation) Project funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.  He also current serves as International Technical Advisor for the Netherlands Project, Centers of Excellence for Human Resources for Health for Economic Evaluation in Vietnam.

Professor Stewart is the Director of the Entrepreneurship Minor.