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Jennifer Bossard

Economics - Associate Professor
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Ph.D. (Economics), University of Nebraska
M.A. (Economics), University of Nebraska
B.S.B.A. (Economics), University of South Dakota

Teaching Experience

Doane College, 2007-present
Moravian College, 2006-2007
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2002-2005

Current Research

"Tax Increment Finance in Nebraska: A Review of TIF Use from 1996-2011.”
    (under review)
"Fighting Human Trafficking: Too Many Chefs in the Kitchen or Not the Right
    Ingredients" (in process)
“Teaching Human Trafficking to Business and Economics Students: A Case Study
    Approach.”  (in process)
“Teaching Human Trafficking to Business and Economics Students: The International
    and Interdisciplinary Benefits.”  (in process)
"Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain of Chocolate" (in process)
"A Review of the Book Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modren Slavery by
    Siddharth Kara" (in process)


“Tax Increment Financing, Spillovers and School District Revenue.”   National Tax
    Association Proceedings. (November 2011), 178-184. co-authored

    with John E. Anderson.
"The Representation of Women at Public Research Universities: Do Unions Make a
    Difference?” Industrial and Labor Relations Review. Vol. 63, No. 4 (July 2010),
    699-718. co-authored with Ann Mari May and Elizabeth Moorhouse.
“The State of Tax Increment Financing in the United States.” State Tax Notes. Vol. 45.
    No. 9. (Aug. 27, 2007), 601-604.

Professional Memberships/Service

Member, Executive Board, Nebraska Economics and Business Association
Member, Human Trafficking Conference Team
Member, Association of Christian Economists
Volunteer, Junior Achievement


Macroeconomics and Literacy (ECO 203)
Statistics (BUS 215)
Intermediate Microeconomics (ECO 304)
Environmental Economics (ECO 309)
Econometrics (ECO 340)
Seminar in Economics (ECO 495)
Human Trafficking (LAR 303)