Research & Consulting

My primary research interest is on the economic and social impacts of legalized gambling (particularly casino gambling), which I have been studying since 1996. I have published two books, and more than 40 articles and book chapters on these issues. Click on the links below for more information on my research. 

   c.v.  |  Google Scholar profile

   consulting & invited work (visit Casinonomics Consulting website)

   presentations
   
   publications

   work in progress  

Click here for a list of journals that publish gambling research.



Teaching

Most of my classes are in microeconomics. I teach the principles and intermediate microeconomics courses, as well as a special topics class on the socioeconomics of gambling. I have also taught international trade, the senior research seminar, intermediate macroeconomics, and public finance.

* During the fall semester 2014 I am on sabbatical. * 

Students can click here for more information on my classes at the College of Charleston.









Doug Walker

Professor
Department of Economics
College of Charleston
66 George Street
Charleston, SC 29424

Visiting Professor
Harvard Medical School,
Department of Psychiatry
   and
Cambridge Health Alliance,
Division on Addiction

WalkerD@cofc.edu
+1 843 953-8192














Updated 10/19/14.