While pursuing my doctoral degree I realized how much economics can be interesting and how this discipline shapes our daily life. Economics is everywhere. It explains our needs, choices, decisions, behaviors, resources, and so on.
In my teaching, I strive to help students learn the various concepts and tools within the field of economics so they know how to apply this knowledge towards solving actual problems. I enjoy teaching small classes at Denison University and interacting with interdisciplinary students who are motivated by love of learning and curiosity.
Learning & Teaching
- Econ 101: Introduction to Macroeconomics
- Econ 102: Introduction to Microeconomics
- Econ 240: Gender and Globalization
- Econ 307: Introduction to Econometrics
- Econ 440/462: Health Economics
- Denison Summer Seminar “Transition in Central Asia: Statues and Mosques” (co-taught with colleague - professor Sohrab Behdad)
- Denison Seminar “Migration and Health” (co-teach with colleague - professor Taku Suzuki)
- Associate Professor of Economics 08/2022 -present
- Assistant Professor of Economics, 08/2016 - 08/2022
- Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, 08/2015 – 05/2016
Washington State University
- Instructor, School of Economic Sciences, 06/2014 – 05/2015
University of Idaho
- Lecturer, College of Business and Economics, Fall 2013
Positions at International Organizations:
- Consultant, George Soros/Open Society Institute, Pre-selection reader for 2017 and 2018 Civil Society Leadership Awards Program, 2016-2017
- Finance Officer, Winrock International Tajikistan/USAID funded Project “Water Users Associations Support Program,” 2005-2009
- Financial Management Consultant, World Bank Group, Project “Health Sector Fiduciary Capacity Assessment,” Tajikistan, 2008
- Economic and Community Development Advisor, United Nations Development Program/Communities Program, Tajikistan, 2004-2005
- Program Associate, United Nations Development Program/Communities Program, Tajikistan, 2002-2004
- Financial Reporting Officer, Red Crescent Society of Tajikistan, 2000-2002
As an applied economist, my research primarily focuses on the economic analysis of gender issues, academic labor market, intra-household bargaining power, reproductive healthcare, and care issues in post-Soviet Central Asian regions.
- Juraqulova, Z.H., J.J. McCluskey & R.C. Mittelhammer. 2022 Promotional Achievement Characteristics of Economists: Does Being Agricultural or Female Matter? Applied Economic Perspective and Policy Journal: 1-23.
- Juraqulova, Z. H. and E. B. Henry. 2020. Women’s Bargaining Power and Contraception Use in post-Soviet Tajikistan. Central Asian Survey 39(4): 520-539.
- E.B. Henry and Z.H. Juraqulova. 2020. Family Planning in the Republic of Tajikistan: A Review from Soviet Times to 2017. Central Asian Journal of Global Health 9(1).
- Juraqulova, Z. H., J. McCluskey & R.C. Mittelhammer. 2019. Work-Life Policies and Female Faculty Representation across Academic Ranks. Industrial Relations Journal 50(2): 168-196.
- Bartlett R.L. & Z.H. Juraqulova. 2017. The Allied Social Science Meetings: Diversity Versus Inclusivity. American Review of Political Economy 11(2): 150-169.
- Juraqulova, Z. H., T. C. Byington, & J. A. Kmec. 2015. The Impacts of Marriage on Academic Career Success: Differences by Gender and Disciplines. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology 7(3): 369-392.
Publication in progress:
- Bartlett, R.L., Z.H. Juraqulova & A.L. Ziegert. Creating Career Opportunities for Female Economists (CCOFFE): Team Mentoring and Its Long-Term Impacts.
- Juraqulova, Z.H. Male Dominance and Domestic Violence in post-Soviet Tajikistan.
- Z.H. Juraqulova & B. Raeder. Tajik Women’s Labor Force Participation and Birth Control Methods (research work with Brenna Raeder ’20).
- American Economic Association (AEA)
- International Association for Feminist Economics (IAEFE)
- Southern Economic Association (SEA)
- Eastern Economic Association (EEA)
- Central Eurasian Studies Society (CESS)
- Sociologists for Women in Society