Ph.D., University of Illinois, 1979; M.S., University of Illinois, 1977; B.S., University of Illinois, 1974.
Labor economics, human capital investment, applied econometrics.
Motorola, On Semiconductor, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Federal Trade Commission.
"Demand Signal Modeling: A Short-range Panel Forecasting Algorithm for Semiconductor Firm Device-level Demand," (with R. Elias, D. C. Montgomery and M. Kalachi) forthcoming European Journal of Industrial Engineering
Arizona State University: 1979-present. Previous Appointments: University of Illinois
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
John Teets Outstanding Graduate Teacher, 2002; College of Business Graduate Teacher of the Year, 1998; ASU Nominee for National Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Award, 1992.
Referee for Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Labor Economics, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Human Resources.
"A Parametric Test for the Distinction Between Unemployed and Out of the Labor Force Statuses," (with S. Ahn) Seoul Journal of Economics, Volume 20, Number 1, Spring, 2007, pp 59-87.
"Recall Expectations and On-the-Job Search," (with P. L. Burgess), Industrial and Labor Relations Review, LI, January 1998, pp. 241-252.
"An Analysis of Employer Tax Evasion in the Unemployment Insurance Program," (with A. E. Blakemore, P. L. Burgess and R. D. St. Louis), Journal of Labor Economics, XIV, April 1996, pp. 210-230.
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ECN 501 - Statistics for Managers
Fundamentals of statistical analysis to aid management decision making.