Department of Economics Faculty Publications

Steve Bednar

Bednar, S. & Gicheva, D. (in press). Career Implications of Having a Female-Friendly Supervisor. ILR Review.

Bednar, S., & Gicheva, D. (2014, May). Are Female Supervisors More Female-Friendly? American Economic Review, 104, (5), 370-75.

Bednar, S. & Gicheva, D. (2013, October). Tax Benefits for Graduate Education: Incentives for Whom? Economics of Education Review, 36, 181-197.

Tina Das

DiRienzo, C. & Das, J. (2017). The Spillover Effects of Country Fragility in Africa. Developing Country Studies, 7(1): 62–67.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2017). Human Trafficking and Country Borders. International Criminal Justice Review.

Das, J., DiRienzo, C., & Lanier, D. (2016). Anti-human Trafficking Policy Compliance: The Role of Corruption. International Journal of Management and Marketing Research.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2015). Nation Branding and Reputation: The Role of Press Freedom, Global Journal of Marketing Management and Research, 5, (1), 1-12.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2015). Innovation and the Role of Corruption and Diversity: A Cross-Country Study. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 15, (1), 51-72.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2014). International Property Rights: The Role of Diversity. The Journal of Developing Areas, 48, (4), 41-55.

Das, J., DiRienzo, C., Lanier, D., & Rich, C. (2013). Anti-Human Trafficking Policies and Freedom of the Press: A Cross-Country Study. International Journal of Management and Marketing Research, 2, (6), 1-10.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2014, February). Conflict and the Freedom of the Press. Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 4, (1), 87-109.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2014). Diversity and the Economy: A Cross-Country, Comprehensive Study. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37, (6), 1080-1100.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2012, December). Spatial decay of corruption in Africa and the Middle East. Economic Papers, 31, (4), 508-514.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2012, July). Terrorist Risk and Income Revisited. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 4, (3), 175-194.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2012, June). Global Peace and Repression. Global Change, Peace, & Security, 24, (2), 271-287.

Steve DeLoach

DeLoach, S., Kurt, M. & Olitsky, N. (2015) Business-focused short-term study abroad experiences: Do they work? Journal of Teaching in International Business, 26, (1), 1-27.

DeLoach, S., Franz, S., & Platania, J. (2014). Reconsidering the tradeoff between work and study time. Applied Economic Letters, 21, (5), 340–343.

DeLoach, S. & Kurt, M. (2013, July). Discouraging Workers: Estimating the Impact of Macroeconomic Shocks on Search Intensity of the Unemployed. Journal of Labor Research, DOI 10.1007/s12122-013-9166-0

DeLoach, S. & Platania, J. (2013). Macroeconomic Consequences of Financing Health Insurance. International Advances in Economic Research, 19, (2), 107-129.

DeLoach, S., Perry-Sizemore, E., & Borg, M. (2012, Spring).  Creating Quality Undergraduate Research Programs in Economics: How, when, where (and why). The American Economist, 57, (1).

DeLoach, S. & Tiemann, T. (2012, May). Not driving alone? American Commuting in the Twenty-first Century, Transportation, 39, (3), 521-537.

Brooks Depro

Woollacott, J., & Depro, B. (2016). Construction and application of the MEEDE dataset In RTI Press Publication. (Report No. MR-0035-1608). Research Triangle Park, NC: RTI Press. doi: 10.3768/rtipress.2016.mr.0035.1608

Bray, J. W., Depro, B. M., McMahon, D., Siegle, M., & Mobley, L. R. (2016). Disconnected geography: A spatial analysis of disconnected youth in the United States. Journal of Labor Research. doi:10.1007/s12122-016-9228-1

Depro, B. M., & Rouse, K. (2015). The effect of multi-track year-round academic calendars on property values: Evidence from district imposed school calendar conversions. Economics of Education Review, 49(12), 157–171. doi:10.1016/j.econedurev.2

Depro, B. M., Timmins, C., & O’Neil, M. (2015). White flight and coming to the nuisance: Can residential mobility explain environmental injustice? Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, 2(3), 439–468. doi:10.1086/682716

Ross, M. T., Sullivan, P. T., Fawcett, A., & Depro, B. M. (2014). Investigating technology options for climate policies. Energy Journal, 35(Special Issue). Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.5547/01956574.35.SI1

Depro, B. M., & Palmquist, R. B. (2012). How do ozone levels influence the timing of residential moves? Land Economics, 88(1), 43–57.

Depro, B., & Timmins, C. (2012). Residential mobility and ozone exposure: Challenges for environmental justice policy. In H. Spencer Banzhaf (Ed.), The political economy of environmental justice (pp. 145–188). Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press.

Casey DiRienzo

DiRienzo, C. & Das, J. (2017). The Spillover Effects of Country Fragility in Africa. Developing Country Studies, 7(1): 62–67.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2017). Human Trafficking and Country Borders. International Criminal Justice Review.

Das, J., DiRienzo, C., & Lanier, D. (2016). Anti-human Trafficking Policy Compliance: The Role of Corruption. International Journal of Management and Marketing Research.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2015). Nation Branding and Reputation: The Role of Press Freedom, Global Journal of Marketing Management and Research, 5, (1), 1-12.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2015). Innovation and the Role of Corruption and Diversity: A Cross-Country Study. International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 15, (1), 51-72.

DiRienzo, C. & Redington, D. (2014). Political Management and Corruption in Developing Nations. Global Journal of Business Research, 8, (2), 1-11.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2014). International Property Rights: The Role of Diversity. The Journal of Developing Areas, 48, (4), 41-55.

DiRienzo, C., & Lilly, G. (2014). Online Versus Face-to-face: Does Delivery Method Matter for Undergraduate Business School Learning? Business Education & Accreditation, 6, (1), 1-11.

Das, J., DiRienzo, C., Lanier, D., & Rich, C. (2013). Anti-Human Trafficking Policies and Freedom of the Press: A Cross-Country Study. International Journal of Management and Marketing Research, 2, (6), 1-10.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2014, February). Conflict and the Freedom of the Press. Journal of Economic and Social Studies, 4, (1), 87-109.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2014). Diversity and the Economy: A Cross-Country, Comprehensive Study. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37, (6), 1080-1100.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2012, December). Spatial decay of corruption in Africa and the Middle East. Economic Papers, 31, (4), 508-514.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2012, July). Terrorist Risk and Income Revisited. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 4, (3) 175-194.

Das, J. & DiRienzo, C. (2012, June). Global Peace and Repression. Global Change, Peace, & Security, 24, (2), 271-287.

Andrew Greenland

Greenland, A. & Lopresti, J. (2016, May). Import Exposure and Human Capital Adjustment: Evidence from the U.S., Journal of International Economics, 100, (50-60).

Tonmoy Islam

Islam, T. (in press). Investigating Income Inequality Dynamics in the United States. Journal of Income Distribution.

Islam, T. (2017). Multidimensional Human Opportunity Index. Social Indicators Research.

Islam, T. (2016). Estimating the Elasticity of Growth in the US Using the Generalized Means of Income. Social Indicators Research.

Islam, T., Minier, J., & Ziliak, J. (2015, January). On Persistent Poverty in a Rich Country. Southern Economic Journal, 81, (3), 653-678.

Mark Kurt

Gupta, N., Kurt, M., & White, R. (2015). The Buffett Critique: Volatility and Long-dated Options. Journal of Economics and Finance.

DeLoach, S., Kurt, M. & Olitsky, N. (2015) Business-focused short-term study abroad experiences: Do they work? Journal of Teaching in International Business, 26, (1), 1-27.

Kurt, M., Olitsky, N. & Geis, Paul. (2013, Fall). Assessing Global Awareness over Short-Term Study Abroad Sequence: A Factor Analysis. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad.

DeLoach, S. & Kurt, M. (2013, July). Discouraging Workers: Estimating the Impact of Macroeconomic Shocks on Search Intensity of the Unemployed. Journal of Labor Research, DOI 10.1007/s12122-013-9166-0

Engelhardt, B., Kurt, M., and Polgreen, P. (2012, November). Sexually Transmitted Infections with Semi-Anonymous Matching. Health Economics, 22, (11), 1295-1317.

Jen Platania

DeLoach, S., Franz, S., & Platania, J. (2014). Reconsidering the tradeoff between work and study time. Applied Economic Letters, 21, (5), 340–343.

DeLoach, S. & Platania, J. (2013). Macroeconomic Consequences of Financing Health Insurance. International Advances in Economic Research, 19, (2), 107-129.

Doug Redington

DiRienzo, C. & Redington, D. (2014). Political Management and Corruption in Developing Nations. Global Journal of Business Research, 8, (2), 1-11.

Redington, D. & Russell, R. A. (2012, Summer). Creating, Implementing, and Integrating a First-Year Statistics Requirement. Teaching Statistics, 34, (2), 50-55.

Katy Rouse

Depro, B. & Rouse, K. (2015, December). The Effect of Multi-Track Year-Round Academic Calendars on Property Values: Evidence from district imposed school calendar conversions. Economics of Education Review, 49, 157-171.

McMullen, S., Rouse, K. and Haan, J. (2015). The Distributional Effects of the Multi-Track Year-Round Calendar: A Quantile Regression Approach. Applied Economics Letters, 22, (15), 1188-1192.

Rouse, K.E., Graves, J. and McMullen, S. (2013, Summer). Year Round Schooling as Cost Savings Reform: Not just a matter of time. Education Finance and Policy, 8, (3), 300-315.

Rouse, K.E. & McMullen, S. (2012, November). The Impact of Year-Round Schooling on Academic Achievement: Evidence from Mandatory School Calendar Conversions. AEJ: Economic Policy, 4, (4), 230-252.

Rouse, K.E. & McMullen, S. (2012, October). School Crowding, Year-Round Schooling and Mobile Classroom Use: Evidence from North Carolina. Economics of Education Review, 31, (5), 812-823.

Rouse, K.E. (2012, March). The Impact of High School Leadership on Subsequent Educational Attainment. Social Science Quarterly, 93, (1), 110-129.

Brandon Sheridan

Al-Bahrani, A., Patel, D. & Sheridan, B. (2017). Evaluating Twitter and its Impact on Student Learning in Principles of Economics Courses. Journal of Economic Education, 48, (4), 243-253.

Sheridan, B., Smith, B. & Pleggenkuhle-Miles, E. (2017). Cognitive load in Economics courses: Are longer class periods less effective? Education Economics, 25, (5), 501-512.

Al-Bahrani, A., Patel, D. & Sheridan, B. (2017). Have economic educators embraced social media as a teaching tool? The Journal of Economic Education, 48, 45-50.

Al-Bahrani, A., Holder, K., Patel, D., & Sheridan, B. (2016). The Great Digital Divide: Using Popular Media to Teach Economics. Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, 17(2), 105-111.

Bista, R., Ederington, J., Minier, J. and Sheridan, B. (2016), Austerity and Exports. Review of International Economics, 24: 203–225.

Sheridan, B., Al-Bahrani, A., & Patel, D. (2015, May). Engaging Students Using Social Media: The Students’ Perspective. International Review of Economics Education, 19, 36-50.

Sheridan, B. (2014, December). Manufacturing Exports and Economic Growth: When is a Developing Country Ready to Transition from Primary Exports to Manufacturing Exports? Journal of Macroeconomics, 42, 1-13.

Sheridan, B., Hoyt, G., & Imazeki, J. (2014, January). A Primer for New Teachers of Economics. Southern Economic Journal, 80, (3), 839-854.

Sheridan, B. & Saunoris, J. (2013, October). The Dynamics of Sectoral Electricity Demand for a Panel of US States: New Evidence on the Consumption-Growth Nexus. Energy Policy, 61, 327-336.

Vitaliy Strohush

Strohush, V., & Wanner, J. (2015) College Degree for Everyone? International Advances in Economic Research, 21, (3), 261-273.