Dr. William C. Grant
Associate Professor, Department of Economics
Year Started at JMU: 2006
Ph.D. University of North Carolina
Post-doc. Duke University
B.A. Davidson College
game theory, health economics, design of randomized experiments, economic history
Research Fellow, 2004-2006:
Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp.
Research Fellow, 2003:
Mid-Atlantic Medical Services Inc.
Research Assistant, 1997:
Bank of America, Department of Economic and Financial Research
Math tutoring volunteer for Harrisonburg city schools
Pedagogy of T ball, preparation of delicious soups, par-3 golf
Current Courses Taught:
economic history, health economics, game theory, intermediate micro, introductory micro and macro, information security (MBA) economics
“Run Reversal Equilibrium for Clinical Trial Randomization.” PLOS ONE: Public Library of Science.
"Minimizing Selection Bias in Randomized Trials: A Nash Equilibrium Approach to Optimal Randomization." Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization: Elsevier.
"The Burden of Hepatitis-C Virus Infection in Children: Estimated Direct Medical Costs Over a Ten-Year Period." Journal of Pediatrics: Elsevier.
"Trends in Healthcare Resource Use for Hepatitis-C Virus Infection in the United States." Hepatology: Wiley.
Associate Professor, 2012-present; Assistant Professor, 2006-2012:
Department of Economics, James Madison University
Post-doctoral Fellow, 2004-2006:
Duke Clinical Research Institute, Duke University
Post-doctoral Fellow, 2003:
Center on Drugs and Public Policy, University of Maryland