Marta Podemska-Mikluch


Marcia Page and John Huepenbecker Endowed Professor in Entrepreneurship and Assistant Professor of Economics in Economics and Management

Marta Podemska-Mikluch is an economics and entreprenurship professor. Using the analytical approach of entangled political economy, Podemska-Mikluch's research analyzes the role entrepreneurship plays at the intersection of divergent institutional settings. Podemska-Mikluch’s current work explores regulatory obstacles to entrepreneurial experimentation in the health care industry, focusing on those that are embedded in the Medicare system of payments. To learn more about Marta's research go to SSRN.

Originally from Poland, Podemska-Mikluch earned her Ph.D. in Economics from George Mason University, M.S. in Applied Economics from St. Cloud State University, and B.A. in Political Science also from St. Cloud State. 

Marta moved to Minnesota with her husband Luke, for whom this is a happy return to the land of 10,000 lakes. Luke grew up in Saint Anthony, MN and is glad to be reunited with the snow blower after six years of living in the less snowy parts of the country. Luke is an IT consultant, specializing in big data and cloud computing. They have three cats and one daughter. 


Ph.D. in Economics George Mason University, M.S. in Applied Economics St. Cloud State University, B.A. in Political Science St. Cloud State University

Courses Taught

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
E/M-102Principles of Microeconomics72017/SP, 2016/FA, 2015/FA, and 2014/FA
E/M-367Entrepreneurship32016/FA, 2016/SP, and 2015/SP
E/M-277Health Economics22018/SP and 2017/SP
E/M-385Public Finance22017/FA and 2015/FA
E/M-273Hist Economic Thought22016/FA and 2014/FA
E/M-202Intermed Microecon12018/SP
E/M-267Intro Entrepreneurship12017/FA
E/M-382Intermed Microecon12015/SP
E/M-244ST:Health Care Econ12015/SP