Ph.D., University of Nebraska; M.A. and B.A. University of North Dakota.
- Teaching experience
17th year at Doane
Previous teaching at:
University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
University of Minnesota-Crookston, Crookston, MN
Valley City State University, Valley City, ND
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
- Publications and current research:
"Dominance in the Oil Industry: Standard Oil from 1865 to 1911." in Market Dominance: How Firms Gain, Hold, or Lose IT and the Impact on Economic Performance. ed. David I. Rosenbaum. Westport, CT: Praeger, 1998.
"Regulation of On-site Medical Waste Incinerators in the United States and the United Kingdom: Is the Public Interest Being Served?" Journal of Economic Issues, June 1995.
"Cooperation V. Rivalry and Factors Facilitating Collusion," with David I. Rosenbaum. Review of Industrial Organization, November/December 1994.
"Ethical Consumerism and the Case of Conflict Commodities," work in progress.
"Lyric Writing in Economics: Another Way to Learn the Subject," work in progress.
- Speaking Engagements:
Interviewed for documentary film GasHole, directed by Jeremy Wagener and
Scott D. Roberts. Interview conducted January 10, 2007; film premiered April 18, 2008.
Facilitator/Discussant, Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center Film Talk on "Who Killed the Electric Car?" University of Nebraska, October 8, 2006.
Guest Lecturer, Brownville Lyceum Political Café Series, "Economic Globalization: The Road to Shangri-La or the Road to Nowhere." Brownville, NE April 2, 2006.
Facilitator/Discussant, Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center Film Talk on "Darwin's Nightmare." University of Nebraska, February 12, 2006.
- Professional memberships
American Economics Association
Association for Evolutionary Economics
- Courses taught
Macroeconomics and Literacy (ECO 203)
Microeconomics and Business (ECO 204)
Intermediate Macroeconomics (ECO 303)
Money and Banking (BUS/ECO 307)
International Trade and Finance (BUS/ECO 358)
History of Economic Thought (ECO 419)
Health Care Economics (ECO 329)
Economic Development (ECO 330)