Faculty Bios

Contact information and vitae for our faculty can be found here

BrayPhoto2013 Jeremy W. Bray, Professor and Head of Department
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Health Economics, Applied Econometrics
Dr. Bray’s research at RePEc
Stuart D. Allen,Professor
Ph.D. University of Virginia, 1977
Monetary Economics, Macroeconomics
Dr. Allen’s research at RePEc
Martin Andersen,Professor
Ph.D.
Health Economics, Health Policy
Dr. Andersen’s research at RePEc
Dora Gicheva Dora Gicheva, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Yale University, 2010
Labor Economics and Personnel Economics

Dr. Gicheva’s research at RePEC and NBER
Stephen Holland Stephen P. Holland, Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of Michigan, 1999
Natural Resource, Environmental, and Energy Economics
Dr. Holland’s research at RePEc and NBER
Stephen Layson Stephen K. Layson, Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1983
Microeconomics, Economics of Crime
Dr. Layson’s research at RePEc
Dennis Patrick Leyden Dennis Patrick Leyden, Associate Professor
Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University, 1986
Public Finance, Public Choice, Economics of Public Education
Dr. Leyden’s research at RePEc
Albert Link Albert N. Link, Professor
Ph.D. Tulane University, 1976
R&D, Innovation and Science Policy, Productivity Analysis, Evaluation Methodology

Dr. Link’s research at RePEc and NBER
John Neufeld John L. Neufeld, Professor
Ph.D. University of Michigan, 1975
History of U.S. Electric Power Industry, History of Technology, Utility Regulation, Industrial Organization
Dr. Neufeld’s research at RePEc
Jeffrey Sarbaum Jeffrey K. Sarbaum, Senior Lecturer
Ph.D. State University of New York, Binghamton, 1997
Experimental Economics, Microeconomics

Dr. Sarbaum’s research at RePEc
Kenneth Snowden Kenneth A. Snowden, Professor, Director of Graduate Study
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1983
Economic History, History of Financial and Mortgage Markets
Dr. Snowden’s research at RePEC and NBER
Christopher Swann Christopher A. Swann, Associate Professor
Ph.D. University of Virginia, 1996
Labor, Applied Econometrics
Dr. Swann’s research at RePEC
Martijn van Hasselt, Associate Professor
Ph.D. Brown University, 1996
Applied Econometrics

 

Adjunct Faculty

Peter Bearse
Ph.D. University of Virginia, 1995
Econometrics, Public Economics

Dr. Bearse’s research at RePEc
Charles Courtemanche Charles Courtemanche
Ph.D. Washington University, St. Louis, 2008
Applied Microeconomics, Health Economics

Dr. Courtemanche’s research at RePEC and NBER
Garth Heutel Garth Heutel
Ph.D. University of Texas, 2007
Environmental and Natural Resources, Public Economics

Dr. Heutel’s research at RePEC and NBER
David Ribar David C. Ribar
Ph.D. Brown University, 1991
Labor Economics, Demography, Applied Econometrics, Microeconomics
Dr. Ribar’s research at RePEc and NBER
Joseph Terza Joseph V. Terza
Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh, 1981
Health Economics, Applied Econometrics
Dr. Terza’s research at RePEC

Professors Emeriti

Bruce Caldwell Bruce J. Caldwell, Professor Emeritus
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1979
History of Economic Thought, Economic Methodology
Joe Rosenthal Excellence Professor
Donald McCrickard Donald McCrickard, Associate Professor Emeritus and Associate Dean Emeritus
Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1975
International Trade and Finance, Macroeconomic Policy
Christopher Ruhm Christopher J. Ruhm, Professor Emeritus, Jefferson-Pilot Excellence Professor
Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley, 1984
Labor Economics, Health Economics, Applied Econometrics
Dr. Ruhm’s research at RePEc and NBER
Terry Seaks Terry Seaks, Professor Emeritus
Ph.D. Duke University, 1972
Econometrics and Statistics