Economics

George Bittlingmayer
Wagnon Distinguished Professor of Finance and Otto Distinguished Professor of Austrian Economics
(785) 864-7541
306 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics
Finance

Education

PhD University of Chicago, Economics, 1981
AM University of Chicago, Economics, 1977
BA Lehigh University, Economics & German, 1975

 

Keith Chauvin
Associate Professor
(785) 864-7567
345-E Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics
Finance
Human Resources

Education

PhD University of Illinois, 1988
Master's University of Illinois, 1985
Bachelor's Rockhurst College, 1980

 

Art Hall
Director, Center for Applied Economics, Lecturer
(785) 864-5134
316 Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics

Education

Ph.D., Economics, University of Georgia, 1991
BA, Economics, Emory University, 1985

Douglas A. Houston
Professor Emeritus
(785) 864-7564
203-C Summerfield

Academic Areas

Decision Sciences
Economics
Finance

Education

Ph.D., Indiana University, School of Business
Master's Indiana University, School of Business
Bachelor's BA, Economics, Union College (Schenectady, NY)

Dieter Schrader
Lecturer
(785) 864-3999
345-B Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics

Education

University of Kansas

M.S. in Business-Finance
M.A. in Economics
B.S. in Economics

 

Koleman Strumpf
Koch Professor in Business Economics
(785) 864-7485
226-P Summerfield

Academic Areas

Economics

Education

Ph.D. MIT, 1995
A.B. Stanford University, 1990
B.S. Stanford University, 1990


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