Dr. William C. Wood
Title: Professor of Economics & Director, Center for Economic Education
Year Start Working at JMU: 1989
Professional Interests: Industrial organization, public choice, behavioral finance, economic education
Current Courses Taught: Senior Capstone Seminar in Economics, Introduction to Macroeconomics
Wood, W. C., Schug, M. C. (2011). Economic Episodes in American History. Morristown, NJ: Wohl Publishing.
Wood, W. C. (2002). Getting a Grip on Your Money. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.
Wood, W. C. (1982). Insuring Nuclear Power: Liability, Safety, and Economic Efficiency. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
Wood, W. C., O'Roark, J. B., DeLaCruz, L. M. (2013). A Threat-Response Model of Counter-Terrorism: Implications for Information Security. International Journal of Risk and Contingency Management, 2(4), 39-49.
O'Roark, J. B., Wood, W. C. (2011). Determinants of Congressional Minimum Wage Support: The Role of Background and Education. Public Choice, 147(1-2), 209-225.
Wood, W. C. (2008). Subprime Lending and Social Justice: A Biblical Perspective. Journal of Markets and Morality, 11(2), 189-204.
Wood, W. C., O'Roark, J. B. (2004). Safety at the Racetrack: Results of Restrictor Plates in Superspeedway Competition. Southern Economic Journal, 71(1), 118-130.
1989-present, Professor of Economics and Director, Center for Economic Education, James Madison University
The Princeton Review's Best 300 Professors, 2012
Distinguished Service Award, James Madison University College of Business, 2010-2011.
Distinguished Leadership Award for support of literacy in the central Shenandoah Valley, Skyline Literacy Coalition, 2007.
Best Paper Award, Journal of Private Enterprise. (2001).
Madison Scholar, James Madison University. (1997).
National Winner, Essay Competition in Entrepreneurship and Public Policy, Association of Private Enterprise Education and National Federation of Independent Business. (1994).
Clifford D. Spangler Award, Alpha Kappa Psi and the American Risk and Insurance Association. (1991).