Ph.D., Syracuse University, 1988; M.A., Syracuse University, 1987; B.S., State University College at Oswego, 1971
Social Security Administration, Ohio Board of Workers' Compensation, U.S. General Accounting Office
"Post-Injury Work Incentives Revisited," with Ju-Chin Huang and Karen Smith Conway. Under revision for Southern Economic Journal.
"Disability Management and Post-injury Employment of Workers with Back Pain," with Richard J. Butler, Pierre Côté and William G. Johnson.
"Gender Wage Differentials among Operating Room Nurses," with Eugene S. Schneller.
Arizona State University: 2002-present. Previous Appointments: East Carolina University
Career and Professional Awards; Teaching Awards
Distinguished Professor for Teaching, University of North Carolina Board of Governors, 1999-2000; East Carolina University College of Arts and Sciences Research Award, 1993; East Carolina University Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1992
Refree: Economic Inquiry, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Industrial Relations; Reviewer: Millbank Memorial Fund, McGraw Hill, Inc., National Science Foundation
"Patterns of Sick-Leave and Health Outcomes in Injured Workers with Back Pain," with John Frank, William G. Johnson, Pierre Côté, and Richard J. Butler. European Spine Journal (January 2008).
"Self-Reported Severity Measures as Predictors of Return-to-Work Outcomes for Occupational Back Pain," with Richard J. Butler, Pierre Côté and William G. Johnson. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation 17 (December 2007): 683-700.
"Labor Market Outcomes of Persons with Mental Disorders," with Steven C. Marcus. Industrial Relations 46 (July 2007): 481-510.
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ECN 455 - Health Economics
Focuses on health care decisions, including individual and government policies. Topics include demand for and supply of health care, payment for health care, the impact of health care reform and the techniques economists use to evaluate health care interventions.