Professor Rahnema is interested in the late modern and contemporary history of Iran with an emphasis on the interaction between politics, economics and religion. His comparative and interdisciplinary research has also focused on modern Islamic thinkers and their political, social and economic rendition of Islam as well as the movements resulting from them.
|Spring 2016||EC2010A||PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS|
|Spring 2016||EC3042||ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT|
|Spring 2016||LW5091B||TOPICS: ISLAM AND LAW|
|Spring 2016||PO5091B||TOPICS: ISLAM AND LAW|
|Fall 2016||EC2010A||PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS|
|Fall 2016||EC2020C||PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS|
|Fall 2016||EC2030||INTRO TO INTERNATIONAL ECON. RELATIONS|