Adjunct Professor
Ph.D., Cleveland State University

Veronica Kalich

Adjunct Professor of Economics

Ph.D., Cleveland State University

Dr. Veronica Kalich is adjunct professor of economics at Baldwin Wallace University. Kalich's primary teaching areas are money and banking, urban and regional economics and statistics. She has also taught in the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program, providing instruction on business cycles and forecasting, microeconomics and international trade, macroeconomics for managers and quantitative analysis. Kalich has international undergraduate and graduate-level teaching experience at University of Vienna in Austria, and she has taught seminars in Brazil, England and Austria.  

Kalich holds a Bachelor of Arts and a master’s degree in economics from Cleveland State University. She earned a doctorate in urban economic development from the Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University.

Kalich’s research focus is regional economic issues and monetary policy. She has published articles in the Journal of Urban Affairs. Kalich has presented at national and international conferences. Kalich has been an active speaker on current economic conditions and a regular ongoing contributor to the Cleveland Plain Dealer on topics related to labor markets and economic conditions in Ohio.