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
information on my research.
& invited work (visit Casinonomics Consulting website)
work in progress
for a list of journals that publish gambling research.
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.