- Ph.D., Economics, Binghamton University (1997)
- B.A., Economics, The Pennsylvania State University (1992)
- A.A., General Studies, The Pennsylvania College of Technology (1990)
I’m an economics generalist who has taught and done research on a wide range of subjects, including baseball and the impact of race on housing. My favorite subjects to talk about and teach are: macroeconomics, international trade, international finance, and environmental economics.
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My expertise is in helping people understand economic theory, so that they can better understand political decisions, business decisions, public policy, and the world in which they live.
- “Chinese Tire Tariffs.” In Principles of Economics, edited by OpenStax College, 2014.
- “What’s the Big Deal with Obamacare?.” In Principles of Economics, edited by OpenStax College, 2014.
- “The Global Financial Crisis.” In Principles of Economics, edited by OpenStax College, 2014.
- “Choices…To What Degree?.” In Principles of Economics, edited by OpenStax College, 2014
“Economics” E-Books Series Editor and Contributor, Gale Publishing, Fall 2016.
Wrote 10 overview essays for each e-book.
Edited 90 essays.
Content Writer and Editor for the OpenStax Principles of Economics, Microeconomics, and Macroeconomics texts.