Bob Horn - 2021

 

Professor, Economics and International Business
hornrn@jmu.edu
Contact Info

Areas of Expertise
  • Managerial Economics (MBA)
  • Labor Economics
  • Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
  • Principles of Economics: Micro and Macro
  • Contemporary Economic Issues
  • Survey of Economics
  • International Economics
Education
  • Ph.D. Economics, 1978                    
  • M.A.  Economics, 1975, Whittemore School of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire
  • B.S. magna cum laud, 1974, Hofstra University
Positions Held
  • Director, Semester in Paris Program, 1997-2001

 

Select Publications

 

"The Age-Adjusted Unemployment Rate: An Alternative  Measure" (with Heap) Challenge. vol. 42, no. 1 January-February 1999.

 "The Effects of Labor Markets and Income Inequality on Crime:Evidence from Panel Data" (with Doyle and Ahmed) Southern Economic Journal 1999, 65(4).

 “Making Purchases Within and Outside of Embedded Markets: High Lifetime Value Customers in the Parisian Marketplace” (with Wright and Larsen)  Journal Of Consumer Satisfaction, Disatisfaction and Complaining Behavior Volume 12, 1999.

“The Age Adjusted Unemployment Rate: An Alternative Measure”. (with Heap) reprinted in Annual Editions Macroeconomics 00/01 and 01/02. Dushkin-McGraw Hill, 2000, 2001

  “Keynesian Comparative Economics: The Iconoclastic  Revisionism Of Lynn Turgeon.” Forthcoming (with Canova, Holt, Rosser and Rosser) Journal of Economics and Sociology

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