Title: Associate Professor
- Contemporary Economic Issues
- Principles of Economics – Micro
- Principles of Economics – Macro
- Intermediate Economics – Micro
- Intermediate Economics – Macro
- Intermediate Statistics
- Managerial Economics
- PhD 1979 Economics
Supporting Fields: Labor Economics, Industrial Organization and Public
Policy, Public Finance, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- MA 1974 Economics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- BA 1971 Otterbein College
- Women in the Labor Force
- Blacks and Hispanics in the Labor Force
- Foreign Aid vs. Direct Investment in Africa: Economic Education
- Political Economic Analysis of Congressional Voting on Trade Bills
Awards and Distinctions:
- Beta Gamma Sigma, Honor Society for AACSB International Accredited Business
Programs, 2003 - Present
- Sigma Beta Delta, National Business Honors Society, 1995 - Present
Who's Who in Finance and Industry, 1990
Who's Who in the Midwest, 1984, 1985
- Included in Career Education: Resource Director, Ohio Department of Education, Division of
Vocational Education, Carol L. Ritz, Supervisor, 1983
- Omicron Delta Epsilon, International Honor Society in Economics, 1986 – present
- Pi Gamma Mu, International Honor Society in Social Science, 1984 – present
- Selected as a Young Man of America, 1982
- Sigma Phi Omega, National Gerontology Academic Honor and Professional Society, 1980 – present
- Sigma Iota Epsilon, National Management Fraternity, 1997- present
- Graduate College Fellowship, University of Illinois, 1972
- Ida Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund Award, 1972
- (With B. Hasnat) "The Determinants of U.S. Congressional Voting on the Trade and Development Act of 2000," International Journal of Business and Economics, Vol. 3, No. 1, April 2004, pp. 35 - 44. [RJ]
- (With B. Hasnat) "A Political Economic Analysis of Congressional Voting on Permanent Normal Trade Relations of China," Applied Economic Letters, Vol. 9, No. 7, July, 2002, pp. 465 - 468. [RJ]
- (With B. Hasnat and D. Didia) "Foreign Capital, Market Mechanism, and Economic Growth in Developing Countries," The Journal of Private Enterprise, Vol. 25, No. 1, Fall 1999, pp. 124 - 135. [RJ]
- "Factors Influencing Success in a Managerial Economics Course," Fourth Annual Economics and the Classroom Conference, Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID, September 2002, pp. 11 - 19. [RP]
- "The Determinants of Success in a Managerial Economics Course Revisited," abstract of paper presented at The New York State Economics Association 54th Annual Meeting, (www.nysea.org), 2002. [NRA]
- (With J. Chasse and B. Hasnat) "What Should Economics Teach?" Papers and Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Teaching Economics Conference, Robert Morris University, September 2002, pp. 13 - 25. [RP]
- (With J. Chasse and B. Hasnat) "What Should Economics Teach? Results of a Pilot Survey," abstract of paper presented at The New York State Economics Association 53rd Annual Meeting, Spring 2000. [NRA]
- "The Determinants of Success in a Managerial Economics Course," abstract of paper presented at 52nd Annual Conference of the New York State Economics Association, Spring 2000. [NRA]
- (With W. Dresnack) "The User Approach Versus the Traditional Approach: A Comparison of the Effects of Introductory Accounting Course Work on Success in the First Finance Course," Proceedings of the Northeast Regional Conference of the American Accounting Association, April 1999, Rochester, NY. [RP]
- (With W. Dresnack) "The User Approach Versus the Traditional Approach: A Comparison of the Effects of Introductory Accounting Course Work on Success in the First Finance Course," Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 51st Annual Conference of the New York State Economics Association, Spring 1999, p. 4. [NRA]
- (With D. Didia and B. Hasnat) "Foreign Aid, Foreign Direct Investment, and Economic Growth: An Empirical Examination," Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 51st Annual Conference of the New York State Economics Association, Spring 1999, p. 8. [NRA]
Sample Syllabus 5: Microeconomics, in Economics: Teachers Guide edited by Peggy Pride, College Board, pp.92-98, July 2007.
- (With J. Cordeiro and S. Stites-Doe) "Job Placement Gender Discrimination and Firm Performance," abstract in, Proceedings of the Forty-Eighth Annual Meeting, Industrial Relations Research Association, 1996, pp. 412. [RA]
- (With J. Cordeiro and S. Stites-Doe) "They're Leveling the Playing Fields in U.S. Corporations. . . Does it Matter?" Proceedings of the 1995 Academy of Management Meetings, Vancouver, B.C., p. 602. (Paper also awarded finalist designation in Dorothy Harlow Best Paper competition.)
- (With H. Newman and J. Shekleton) "Quality Biased Models for Academic Personnel Decisions," Conference Proceedings, 3rd Annual Conference, Academic Chairpersons,October 1986, pp. 535 - 545.
- (With R. Bartlett) "Racial Pay Disparities Among Older Men," Northern Social Science Review, Spring 1984, pp. 58 - 71.
- (With R. Bartlett) "Wage Determination and Marital Status: Another Look," Industrial Relations, Vol. 23, No. 1, Winter 1984, pp. 90 - 96.
- (With R. Bartlett and P. Somers) "What's Holding Women Back?" Management World, November 1982. Excerpted in the Aberdeen American News, September 25, 1983, pp. 8 - 10.
- (With R. Bartlett, W. Henderson, and T. Miller) "The Impact of Migration on the Distribution of Earnings in the South," Growth and Change, April 1982, pp. 40 - 46.
- (With R. Bartlett) "Changing Family Structures and the Distribution of Family Income, 1951 to 1976," Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 63, No. 1, March 1982, pp. 28 - 38.
- (With R. Bartlett) "Women and Work: The Managerial Impasse," Proceedings of the Sixth Annual GLCA Women's Conference, March 1982, pp. 36 - 50.
- (With R. Bartlett and P. Somers) "Women in the Workforce: A Structural Approach to Equality," Personnel Administrator, Vol. 26, No. 10, October 1981, pp. 61 - 65."Indexing Federal and State Income Taxes - A Review of Some of the Issues," The Ohio Community Banker, Vol. 3, No. 6, June 1980, pp. 6 - 7.
- (With R. Bartlett) "The Impact of Working Wives on the Distribution of Family Income, 1951 to 1976," Southwestern Journal of Economics Abstracts, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1980, p. 2.
office phone: (585) 395-5523
office location: 109A Hartwell Hall
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