Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, 1977; M.A., University of Detroit, 1971; B.S., Management Science, University of Detroit, 1971
Arizona State University: 1990-present. Previous Appointments: London School of Economics, Australian National University
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Teacher of the Year, Department of Economics, Arizona State University, 1981, 1985
Referee, Review of Economics and Statistics, Southern Economic Journal, Journal of Human Resources; Guest Editor, Journal of Labor Economics, October 1987.
"Using Statistical Profiling to Improve Unemployment Insurance Tax Compliance," with Paul Burgess and Stuart Low, in Laurie Bassie and Stephen Woodbury (eds.), Research in Employment Policy, V.1. JAI Press: 1998, pp 243-71.
"Employer Tax Evasion in the Unemployment Insurance Program" with P. Burgess, S. Low, R. St.Louis, Journal of Labor Economics, April, 1996.
"Seniority Rules and Productivity: An Empirical Test" with Dennis L. Hoffman, Economica, August 1989, 359-371.
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ECN 191 - First-Year Seminar
Small course emphasizing student-faculty discussion/interaction. Strongly recommended for first-year students.