Assistant Professor, Fashion Institute of Technology
Fashion, consumer information economy, American Consumer Culture, Fashion and Textiles, Economic and Business History, cultural/intellectual history, pricing policy
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Yoko Katagiri wrote about the high-end New York fashion designer market for her Ph.D. dissertation in Economics. She is an assistant professor in the Social Sciences Department at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), State University of New York. The primary research interest she has is analyzing the fashion industry, which could be found in her latest publication, Economic Theories of Fashion, a chapter in The Routledge Companion to Fashion Studies. She created the courses “Fashion Economics” and “Economics for Fashion Creators” at FIT.