I received my Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky; an M.B.A and a B.S. from Eastern Kentucky University.
My primary research interests are in the applied areas of microeconomics; labor, development, and health. I am also interested in teaching pedagogy. My work has been published/forthcoming in economic journals such as the South African Journal of Economics, Journal of Economics and Finance Education, and Journal of Economics Teaching.
“The Economics of Breaking Bad. A Concept Guide," with Daniel Duncan and Mihai Paraschiv, forthcoming in the Journal of Economics and Finance Education.
“Where do Rebounds Go? Using Balls to Teach Price Elasticity of Demand," with Mihai Paraschiv, forthcoming in the Journal of Economics Teaching.
"Social Transfer Benefits and Retirement Decisions: Evidence from South Africa," with John Garen, in the South African Journal of Economics. 86.1: 23-52.
Principles of macroeconomics, principles of microeconomics, intermediate microeconomics, labor economics, health economics, managerial economics, and statistics for business and economics.
For more information, please see my curriculum vitae.