- Office Hours:
- W 9-12, 1-4 and by appointment
- -Ph.D., Economics, University of Kansas (2013)
-M.A., Economics, University of Kansas (2009)
-M.Sc., Applied Economics, St. Cloud State University (2006)
-B.A. Mathematics, Lakeland College (2003)
I am an assistant professor of Economics in the Department of Business Administration and Economics at Simpson College. My research interests include international trade, econometrics and experimental economics.
A Test for Slope Heterogeneity in Fixed Effects Models, with Ted Juhl, Econometric Reviews, forthcoming
An Experimental Test of the Persistence of Gender-Based Stereotypes with Philip Grossman, Economic Inquiry, 2011, Volume 49, Issue 2
Farmers Are Growing an Appreciating Crop of Land, with Rob Grunewald, Fedgazette, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, 2006
The Co-Movement of FDI and Migration in OECD Countries with Paul Comolli, under review
Heterogeneous Slopes for Heterogeneous Firms: Correcting Heterogeneity Bias in Fixed-Effects Estimates of Gravity Distance Coefficients, with Alexandre Skiba, working paper
Courses I teach at Simpson:
Introduction to Economics, International Trade and Finance, Investments and Securities, Macroeconomics, Money and Banking.
Courses I plan to develop:
In my (limited) spare time I enjoy fishing, hunting, and collecting Americana.
Recommended reading for economics students: