The School of Economics Graduate Faculty includes faculty with economics, engineering, law, psychology, and human ecology expertise.
Mario Teisl, Ph.D. (University of Maryland, 1997), Professor and Director of the School of Economics. Information economics, food safety, environmental and social marketing, and environmental economics.
Kathleen Bell, Ph.D. (University of Maryland, 1997), Associate Professor. Environmental economics, public economics, and spatial economics.
Christine Beitl, (University of Georgia, 2012) Cooperating Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Ph.D. Ecological and Environmental Anthropology. Intersections of socio-political, ecological, and economic systems.
James Breece, Ph.D. (Boston College, 1982), Associate Professor. Macroeconomics, international trade, economic forecasting.
Xuan Chen, Ph.D. (North Carolina State University, 2013), Assistant Professor. Risk Management, Agricultural Finance, Production Economics, Spatial Econometrics
Mindy Crandall, (Ph.D. Applied Economics, Minor in Forest Resources, Oregon State University) Cooperating Assistant Professor. Forest Management, Forest Products Markets, Alternative Economic Development.
Keith S. Evans, (Ph.D., Economics, Iowa State University) Assistant Professor. Search; learning; Information sharing; fishery management; nonmarket valuation; applied econometrics
Todd Gabe, Ph.D. (Ohio State University, 1999), Professor. Regional and community economic development and public finance.
Gary L. Hunt, Ph.D. (University of Colorado-Boulder, 1984), Professor. Energy economics and regional and international economic growth and development.
Sharon Klein, Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon University, 2011), Assistant Professor. Renewable energy, energy economics and policy, environmental impacts of electricity generation, energy generation, and energy storage.
James McConnon, Ph.D. (Iowa State University, 1989), Professor. Regional and community economic development, innovation, and small business management.
Michael Montgomery, Ph.D. (University of Florida, 1988), Associate Professor, Macroeconomics, monetary theory, and austrian economics.
Caroline Noblet, Ph.D. (University of Maine, 2013), Assistant Professor. Environmental economics and psychology.
Jonathan Rubin, Ph.D. (University of California-Davis, 1993), Professor. Environmental regulation and design, economics of alternative transportation fuels and vehicles, economics of greenhouse gas reductions.
Philip Trostel, Ph.D. (Texas A & M University, 1991), Professor. Human capital and savings, public economics, and labor economics.
Tim Waring, Ph.D. (University of California-Davis, 2010), Assistant Professor. Sustainability, cultural evolution, and human culture and cooperation.