Fall 2013 Class Schedule:
Econ 103.002 Principles of Microeconomics
T 6:00-8:45pm SSS 312
Econ 201.201/001 Introduction to Political Economy
MWF 1:00-1:50 SSS 105
- B.A., University of Chicago, 1975
- Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1984
I joined the faculty at UW-Eau Claire in 1986 after teaching at
Ohio State University for five years. Since arriving at UWEC I have done econometric research on the economics of immigrant assimilation, with a focus on the economic status of Hmong-Americans.
Two students working with me, Tua Lor and Elina Camane, created a web site that summarizes some of the early findings from our Hmong Population Research Project. For this work they won the first-place award in the Behavioral Sciences Division at Student Research Day, UW-Eau Claire, April 2001.
I have also worked with another exceptional student collaborator, Victoria Udalova. Our article "Who is Hmong: Questions and Evidence from the U.S. Census," was published in the Hmong Studies Journal in January 2006.
- Econ 201 - Introduction to Political Economy
- Econ 303 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
- Econ 315 - Mathematical Economics
- Econ 321 - Money and Banking