I am a professor in the Department of Economics at the College of Charleston, where I've taught since 2007. My primary research interest is on the economic and social impacts of gambling, particularly casino gambling, which I've been studying for about 20 years. I have published two books and more than 50 articles and book chapters on the socioeconomic impacts of gambling. In addition, I have served as an advisor or consultant for a variety of industry groups, state governments, and consulting firms. During my sabbatical in fall 2014 I was a visiting professor at Harvard Medical School and the Cambridge Health Alliance, Division on Addiction, and have begun to study "responsible gambling."

Research & Consulting

   consulting & invited work (visit Casinonomics Consulting website)


   work in progress  

For more information on my research, see my c.v. or Google Scholar profile. For a list of journals that publish gambling research, click here.

Most of my classes are in microeconomics. I teach the principles and intermediate microeconomics. I have also taught international trade, senior seminar, intermediate macroeconomics, and public finance.

Click here for information on my classes at the College of Charleston.

Doug Walker
Professor of Economics
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC, USA

Office:  427 Beatty, 5 Liberty St.
Phone: +1 843 953-8192

Updated 12/4/15.