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Jennifer Bossard

BS, MA, PHD
Economics - Associate Professor
Department: 
Economics
Campus location: 
GA408
Campus Phone: 
402.826.8275

Education

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

Courses

Macroeconomics and Literacy (ECO 203)

Statistics (BUS 215)

Intermediate Microeconomics (ECO 304)

Environmental Economics (ECO 309)

Econometrics (ECO 340)

Research in Business and Economics (ECO 360/BUS 360)

Human Trafficking (LAR 303)

Current Reserach

"The State of Tax Increment Financing in the United States: An Update." (in progress)

"The Cost of Opperating State and Local Government." (in progress)

“Teaching Human Trafficking to Business and Economics Students: A Case Study Approach.”  (in progress)

"Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain of Chocolate" (in progress)

Publications

"Tax Increment Finance in Nebraska: A Review of TIF Use from 1996-2011.” Economics & Business Journal: Inquiries & Perspectives. (forthcoming), co-authored with Mike Korsakas.

“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.

Presentations

“Human Trafficking: The Shocking Reality of Modern-Day Slavery.” Grace United Methodist Church. Crete, NE. October 2015.

“Bookending within the Classroom: An Alternative to the ‘Traditional’ and the ‘Flipped’ Approaches to CourseDesign.” Great Plains Economics
and Business Conference. Wayne, NE. October 2015.

“Human Trafficking Among Native Americans: A Review of the Literature,Organizations, and Other Sources of Information.” co-presented with
Delta Wilson. Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking.Lincoln, NE. October 2015.

“The Economics of Human Trafficking.” Robert Morris University, McGraw-Hill/Irwin Teaching Economics Conference. Moon Township, PA. February 2014.

“Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain of Chocolate.” Great Plains Economics and Business Conference.Kearney, NE. October 2014.

“An Overview of TIF in Nebraska.” Great Plains Economics and Business Conference. Omaha, NE.October 2013.

“Teaching Human Trafficking to Business and Economics Students: A Case Study Approach.”Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Trafficking. Lincoln, NE. October 2013.

“The Effect of Tax Increment Financing on Spillovers and School District Revenue.” National Tax Association. New Orleans, LA. November 2011.

“Fiscal Impact of Tax Increment Finance on School Finance: A Theoretical Model and Evidence from Minnesota.” The 33rd Annual Conference of the American Education Finance Association. Denver, CO. April 2008. Denver, CO. April 2008.

“Tax Increment Financing: An Overview of the 50 States.” Tax Increment Financing Practice & Policy Symposium. Baltimore, MD. November 2006.

“Tax Increment Finance and School Finance.” Spring Lecture Series. Department of Economics. University of Nebraska. Lincoln, NE. April 2006.

 “Tax Increment Finance and School Finance: Does TIF Affect School Districts?” Missouri Valley Economic Association Meeting. Kansas City, MO. October 2005.

“Local Economic Analysis.” co-presented with Eric Thompson and Seth Freudenburg. Nebraska State Data Center Sixteenth Annual Summer Conference. Omaha, NE. August 2005.

“In the Company of Men: Women Faculty and Research Institutions in the U.S.” co-presentedwith Ann Mari May and Elizabeth Moorhouse. Conference
on Feminist Economics. American University. Washington, D.C. June 2005.

“Population Growth along the Missouri River in South Dakota.” National Conference for Undergraduate Research. University of Kentucky. Lexington, KY. 2001.

“Population Growth along the Missouri River in South Dakota.” Idea Fest. University of South Dakota. Vermillion, SD. 2001.

Panelist

“Incorporating the Study of Human Trafficking into Higher Education.”  Interdisciplinary Conference on HumanTrafficking. Lincoln, NE. October 2015.

Professional Memberships/Service

President-elect, Nebraska Economics and Business Association

Co-chair, Human Trafficking Conference Planning Team

Member, Association of Christian Economists

Volunteer, Junior Achievement