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CURRICULUM VITA

Lea
-
Rachel D. Kosnik

February

20
1
2



ADDRESS

Department of Economics

University of Missouri
-
St. Louis





Phone: (314) 516
-
5564

8001 Natural Bridge Rd.






Fax: (314) 516
-
5352

St. Louis, MO 63121







E
-
mail:
kosnikl@umsl.edu



EDUCATION

Ph.D.

200
2

Economics, University of California, Los Angeles



Major Fields: Environmental Economics and Public Economics



Minor Field: Development Economics

M.A.

1998

Economics, Univers
ity of California, Los Angeles

B.A.

1994

Economics (Honors), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor



ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

2010
-



Associate Professor of Economics, University of Missouri
-
St. Louis

2004
-

2010

Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Mis
souri
-
St. Louis

2002


2004

Adjunct Professor, Montana State University, Bozeman

2001


2002

Post
-
doc, Political Economy Research Center, Bozeman

1998
-

2001

Research Assistant, University of California, Los Angeles

1997


2000

Teaching Assistant, Universi
ty of California, Los Angeles



HONORS

2012

Nominated for a U
niversity of
M
issouri
-
S
t.
L
ouis

Trailblazer Award

20
07
-
2010

Three different research a
rticle
s

make Top Ten download list

(in different
categories)

on the Social S
cience Research Network website
.

2006

2006 Gerald and Deanne Gitner Excellence in Teaching Award

2005

“Rising Star” Nomination by Economics Department Chair Susan Feigenbaum,
and University of Missouri, St. Louis Provost Glen Cope, for The Chronicle of
Higher Education’s Annual Award

2001


Nonprofit Dissertation Fellowship, School of Public Policy and Social

Research, University of California, Los Angeles

1999


Summer Research Mentorship Fellowship, University of California, Los

Angeles

1998


1999

Full Academic Year Research Mentorship Fe
llowship, University of



California, Los Angeles

1995


1996

Fulbright Fellowship, Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey

1990


Valedictorian of West Bloomfield High School, Michigan


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PUBLICATIONS


Refereed Journal Articles:

Kosnik, L.R. 2012. “The Anticommons and the Environment” In Press at
The Journal of
Environmental Management
.


Kosnik, L.R. and Lange
, I
.

2011. “Contract Renegotiation and Rent Re
-
Distribution: Who Gets
Raked Over the Coals?”
The Journal of Environmental Economics and Management

62:155
-
165.


Kosnik, L.R. 2010. “The Potential for Small
-
Scale Hydropower Development in the U.S.”
Energy

Policy
38(10):5512
-
5519.


Kosnik, L.R. 2010. “River
-
Basin Water Management in the U.S.: A Regulatory
Anticommons.”
Environmental & Energy Law & Policy Journal
5(2):183
-
213.


Kosnik, L.R. 20
10
. “Balancing Environmental Protection and Energy Production in the Federal
Hydropower Licensing Process.”
Land Economics
86(3):444
-
466
.


Kosnik, L.R. 20
10
. “Time to Pick a Fight? Interest Group Decision Making to Enter the
Hydropower Regulatory Proc
ess.”
Eastern Economic Journal
36(1):11
-
32
.


Kosnik, L.R. 2008. “The Potential of Water Power in the Fight Against Global Warming in the
U.S.”
Energy Policy
36(9):3252
-
3265.


Kosnik, L.R. 2008. “Refusing to Budge: A Confirmatory Bias in Decision Making?”
Mind
and Society

7(2):193
-
214.


Kosnik, L.R. 2008. “Consolidation & Ownership Trends of Nonfederal Hydropower Generating
Assets, 1980
-
2003.”
Energy Economics
30(3):715
-
731.


Kosnik, L.R. 2006. “Sources of Bureaucratic Delay: A Case Study of FERC Dam
Relicensing.”
Journal of L
aw, Economics, and Organization
22(1):258
-
288.



Other Professional Publications:

Kosnik, L.R. 2009. “Letter: Regarding Voting for Charity’
s Sake.”
The Economists’ Voice

6(3):Article 4
.


Kosnik, L.R. 2007. “The Greening of Higher Education.”
Association of Environmental and
Resource Economists Newsletter

27(2):22
-
25.


Meiners, R.E. and Kosnik, L.R. 2003. “Restoring Harmony in the
Klamath Basin.”
PERC
Policy Series

27:1
-
28.



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Anderson, T.L. and Kosnik, L.R. 2002. “Sustainable Skepticism and Sustainable
Development.”
Case Western Reserve Law Review

53(2):439
-
48.


Yandle, B., Morriss, A.P. and Kosnik, L.R. 2002.
Regulating Air
Quality Through Litigation:
The Diesel Engine Episode

Bozeman: PERC.


Yandle, B., Morriss, A.P. and Kosnik, L.R. 2002. “Regulation by Litigation: The Diesel
Engine Episode.”
PERC Policy Series

25:1
-
27.



WORKING PAPERS

Kosnik, L.R. 2012. “
How Wel
l Does Academic Research Track Contemporary Policy
Debates?”
Working Paper. (5pgs.)


Kosnik, L.R

and Taylor, K.

201
2
. “
Determinants of Contract Completeness: An Application
Informed by Computational Linguistics
.” Working Paper. (
42

pgs.)


Kosnik,
L.R., Jamison,

M.

and Kury
, T
. 2011. “Quantifying the Effects of Carbon Dioxide
Emissions Limits on the Electricity Market in China.” Working Paper. (6 pgs.)


Kosnik, L.R. 20
10
. “The National Security Benefit to Domestic Energy Production.” Working
Paper.


Kosnik, L.R. 2007.
“Hydropower: A Comparative Regulatory Analysis of the U.S.
,

New
Zealand
, and China
.”

Working Paper
.


Kosnik, L.R. 2004. “An Aggregation Effect in Behavioral Decision
-
Making.” Working Paper
(30 pgs.)



POPULAR PRESS PUBLIC
ATIONS

Kosnik, L.R. January 22, 2008. “Hydro Doesn’t Have to Be Big.”
Miller McCune

Web
Magazine


http://miller
-
mccune.com/main/article/142
.


Kosnik, L.R. January 23, 2008. “
Reducing the Big
Problem of Climate Change by Adding
Little Hydroelectric Plants
.”
Miller McCune

Web Magazine


http://miller
-
mccune.com/main/article/143
.


Kosnik,

L.R. January 24, 2008. “Big Hydro is Dead! Long

Live Big Hydro!

Miller McCune

Web Magazine


http://miller
-
mccune.com/main/article/142
.





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INTERVIEWS/WRITE
-
UPS

Hatton, Jennifer. January 12, 2012. “Economist Discusses Future of Ethanol Industr
y, Gas
Prices.”
UMSL Newsroom.
(Article about the January 10, 2012 public radio panel discussion.)


Marsh, Don. January 10, 2012. KWMU
.

“The Future of Ethanol.” (Panel discussion
participant on the St. Louis Public Radio show
St. Louis on the Air
.)


Marquis, Cate. November 28, 2011. “Climate Scientists’ Warning to Prepare for Extreme
Weather Follows Record
-
Setting Summer.” (Print interview for lead story about extreme
weather events and their local effects.)


Ponzi, Jean. November 7, 2011. KDHX.

“Earthworms: Environmental Economics and Energy
Markets.” (Radio interview about environmental economics and energy markets.)


Pasternak, Nancy. June 27, 2011. HEC
-
TV. (Cable television interview about being an
environmental economist.)


Marquis, Ca
te. April 21, 2011. “UMSL Professor Combines Environment and Economics.”
Jewish Light.
(Print interview about the meaning and use of environmental economics.)


Von Nordheim, David. March 8, 2011. “UMSL Professor Plays an Active Part in EPA’s 2011
Cle
an Air Act.”
The Current.
(Interview about environmental advocacy work.)


Marquis, Cate. March 1, 2011. “UMSL Economist Kosnik, Movie Star Portman Join.”
The
Current
. (Write
-
up in campus newspaper about environmental advocacy work with Natalie
Portma
n.)


Lynch, Megan. February 24, 2011. “Missouri Mom Combats Pollutant.”
KMOX/CBS St. Louis
News.

(Print interview about air pollution letter to EPA.)


Lynch, Megan. February 24, 2011. “Missouri Mom Combats Pollutant.” KMOX/CBS St.
Louis talk radio.

(Interview about air pollution letter to EPA.)


Hatton, Jennifer. February 22, 2011. “Economist Joins Natalie Portman, Scientist Moms to
Reduce Toxic Pollution.”
UMSL Newsroom.
(Article about air pollution letter to EPA.)


Marquis, Cate. October 18, 2010. “Who is Big in Science on Campus?”
The Current
. (Write
-
up in campus newspaper about some of the top research scientists at UMSL.)


Logan, Tim. August 10, 2010. “Sagging Income Signals Tough Road Ahead.”
St. Louis Pos
t
-
Dispatch
. (Interview about the economy.)


Hatton, Jennifer. June 29, 2010. “Environmental Economist Overcomes Obstacles, Now in
High Demand.”
UMSL Newsroom
. (Autobiographical interview with campus reporter.)



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Marquis, Cate. September 8, 2009. “Lea
-
Rachel Kosnik’s Knowledge Combines Environment
and Economics.”
The Current
. (Interview with campus newspaper about the economy and the
environment.)


Logan, Tim. May 7, 2009. “The ‘Paradox of Thrift’: We’re Saving More Now, and the Timing
Couldn’t Be
Worse.”
St. Louis Post
-
Dispatch.
(Interview about economic growth.)


Marquis, Cate. April 27, 2009. “Summit Discusses Energy Resources.”
The Current

(Interview with campus newspaper about the Missouri Energy Summit.)


Rose, Simon and Renee Hulshof.
April 22, 2009. KFRU news talk radio. (Panelist speaking on
renewable energy issues.)


Frankel, Todd C. February 16, 2009. “As Economy Sours, It’s Sweet to be an Economist.”
St.
Louis Post
-
Dispatch.
(
Front
-
page article

about being an economist in tod
ay’s economic climate.)


Hudson, Kimberly. February 2, 2009. “Faculty Spotlight Lea
-
Rachel Kosnik:
Environmental
Economist Pushes ‘
Second
-
Effect Thinking.


The Current
. (Interview with campus newspaper
about being an environmental economist.)


Balch,
Oliver. November 10, 2007. “Greening Campuses.”
Ethical Corporation
. (Review and
summary of my article “The Greening of Higher Education.”)


Deck
-
Miller, Annie. December 9
-
15, 2005. “Agreement Addresses Range of Development
Issues.”
Business First
.

(Interview with a regional New York newspaper on the effects of a
recent hydroelectric power licensing agreement.)



COURSES TAUGHT

Graduate:


Microeconomics, Public Choice, Independent Study


Undergraduate:

Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, P
ublic Finance,

Natural Resource Economics,
Environmental Economics,
Industrial
Organization, Cost
-
Benefit Analysis, Independent Study



CONFERENCE
,

SEMINAR

& SYMPOSIUM

PRESENTATIONS

“Determinants of Contract Completeness” Guest

Speaker Series at The University of Kansas,
Lawrence, Kansas, April 2012. Invited Presentation.


“Determinants of Contract Completeness: An Environmental Application.” American Economic
Association Annual Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, January 2012.
Paper Presentation.


“Determinants of Contract Completeness: An Environmental Application.” Southern Economic
Association’s Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., November 2011. Paper Presentation and
Session Chair.



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“From Cournot to the Commons: An Anal
ysis of Regulatory Property Rights.” Midwest Economic
Association Annual Conference, Saint Louis, Missouri, March 2011. Paper Presentation, Session
Discussant, Session Chair, Session Organizer.


“Environmental & Energy Economics.” McDonnell Academy Glob
al Energy and Environment
Partnership (MAGEEP) Seminar

at Washington University in Saint Louis
, Saint Louis, Missouri,
March 2011. Invited Lecture.


“From Cournot to the Commons: An Analysis of Regulatory Property Rights.” Missouri Valley
Economic Assoc
iation Annual Conference, Saint Louis, Missouri, October 2010. Paper Presentation
and Session Discussant.


“From Cournot to the Commons: An Analysis of Regulatory Property Rights.” Heartland
Environmental and Resource Economics
(HERE)
Workshop at Illino
is, Urbana
-
Champaign, Illinois,
October 2010. Paper Presentation.


“Contract Renegotiation and Rent Re
-
Distribution: Who Gets Raked Over the Coals?” 2010 World
Congress of Environmental and Resource Economists, Montreal, Canada, June
-
July 2010. Paper
P
resentation and Session Discussant.


“From Cournot to the Commons: An Analysis of Regulatory Property Rights
.


Seminar for the
Economics Department at Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois, April 2010. Invited Lecture.


“The Potential for Small
-
Sc
ale Hydropower Development in the U.S.” Midwest Economics
Association’s Annual Conference, Evanston, Illinois, March 2010. Paper Presentation and
Session Discussant.


“River
-
Basin Water Management in the U.S.: A Regulatory Anticommons.” Climate Change,

Water, and Adaptive Law Symposium, Houston, Texas, February 2010. Invited Speaker.


“River
-
Basin Water Management in the U.S.: A Regulatory Anticommons.” Seminar for the
College of Business Administration at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, Febru
ary 2010.



“The Potential for Small
-
Scale Hydropower Development in the U.S.” American Economic
Association Annual Meetings, Atlanta, Georgia, January 2010. Paper Presentation and Session
Discussant.


“The Potential for Small
-
Scale Hydropower Developm
ent in the U.S.” Southern Economic
Association’s Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas, November 2009. Paper Presentation and
Session Discussant.


“Determinants of Contract Renegotiation: Evidence from U.S. Coal Contracts.” Seminar for the
College

of Business Administration at t
he University of Missouri, St. Louis, October 2009.



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“The Potential for Small
-
Scale Hydropower Development in the U.S.” Western Economic
Association International’s Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, June 2009. Paper Pres
entation
and Session Discussant.


“Small Hydropower Potential in Missouri.” Missouri Energy Summit, hosted by the four
campuses of the University of Missouri System,
Columbia
, Missouri, April 2009. Paper
Presentation.


“A Cost
-
Benefit Analysis of Small/M
icro Hydropower Development.” Seminar for the
Economics Department at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, April 2009. Invited Lecture.



“A Cost
-
Benefit Analysis of Small/Micro Hydropower Development.” Seminar for the
Economics Department at the Un
iversity of Stirling, Scotland, March 2009. Invited Lecture.



“Determinants of Contract Renegotiation: Evidence from U.S. Coal Contracts.” Midwest
Economics Association’s Annual Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, March 2009. Paper Presentation
and Session Di
scussant.



Eastern Economic Association’s Annual Conference. New York City, New York, February
2009. Session Discussant and Session Chair.



“Time to Pick a Fight? Interest Group Decision Making to Enter the Hydropower Regulatory
Process.” Missouri
Valley Economic Association Annual Meetings, St. Louis, Missouri,
October 2008. Paper Presentation and Session Discussant.



“Balancing Environmental Protection and Energy Production in the Federal Hydropower
Licensing Process.” Midwest Economics Associa
tion’s Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois,
March 2008. Paper Presentation and Session Discussant.



“Balancing Environmental Protection and Energy Production in the Federal Hydropower
Licensing Process.” American Economic Association Annual Meetings,

New Orleans,
Louisiana, January 2008. Paper Presentation and Session Discussant.


“Balancing Environmental Protection and Energy Production in the Federal Hydropower
Licensing Process.” Southern Economic Association’s Annual Conference. New Orleans,
Louisiana, November 2007. Paper Presentation, Session Discussant, Session Chair, and Session
Organizer.


Midwest Economics Association’s Annual Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 200
7
.
Session Discussant and Session Chair.


“The Changing Structure of the Nonfederal Hydroelectric Power Industry” American Economic
Association Annual Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, January 2007. Paper Presentation.



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“The Changing Structure of the Nonfederal Hydroelectric Power Industry”
International
Industrial Organization Conference
,
Boston, Massachusetts, April

2006. Paper Presentation

and
Session

Discussant.


“The Changing Structure of the Nonfederal Hydroelectric Power Industry” Missouri Economics
Conference, Columbia, Missouri, Ma
rch 2006. Paper Presentation.


“Interest Group Battle Choice: When is it Time to Pick a Fight?” American Economic
Association Annual Meetings, Boston, Massachusetts, January 2006.

Paper Presentation.


“Interest Group Battle Choice: When is it Time to
Pick a Fight?” The Universities Council on
Water Resources/The National Institutes for Water Resources Annual Conference, Portland,
Maine, July 2005.

Paper Presentation.


“Interest Group Battle Choice: When is it Time to Pick a Fight?” Missouri Economi
cs
Conference, Columbia, Missouri, April 2005.

Paper Presentation.


“Evidence of a Directional Confirmatory Bias Effect,” Midwest Economic Association
Meetings, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, March 2005.

Paper Presentation and Session Chair.


“Evidence of a Direc
tional Confirmatory Bias Effect,”
Seminar

for the Economics Department at
the University of Missouri, Columbia, February 2005.

Invited Lecture.


“Competition for Regulatory Influence in the U.S. Hydroelectric Relicensing Process,” 2
nd

World Congress of En
vironmental and Resource Economists, June 2002.

Paper Presentation and
Session Discussant.



WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

Symposium on the Global Energy Future, hosted by McDonnell International Scholars
Academy, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Misso
uri. October, 2010. Registered
Participant.


Taking Action on Climate Change: An Economists’ Weekend, hosted by the Union of
Concerned Scientists, Chicago, Illinois. November 2009. Invited Participant.


The Heartland Environmental and Resource Economi
cs
(HERE)
Workshop

at Illinois
, hosted by
the

University

of Illinois at Urbana
-
Champaign
,
Urbana
, I
llinois
.
October

200
9
. Registered
Participant.


Turmoil vs. Stability: The Fed’s Response, hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, St.
Louis, Miss
ouri. November 2008. Registered Participant.


Experimental Economics Workshop, hosted by the University of Arkansas, Georgia State
University, and the National Science Foundation, Fayetteville, Arkansas. June 2008. Registered
Participant.


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Various
Approaches to Assessing the Evolution and Impact of Alternative Institutional
Structures: A Workshop, hosted by Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan. March
2007. Registered Participant.


The 8
th

Annual Heartland Environmental and Resource E
conomics (HERE) Workshop, hosted
by Iowa State University and the U.S. EPA, Ames, Iowa. September 2006. Registered
Participant.


“CRES Industrial Organization Workshop.” Washington University in St. Louis, Olin School of
Business. June 2005. Invited P
articipant.


Mentoring Junior Faculty Workshop, hosted by the Committee on the Status of Women in the
Economics Profession (CSWEP) at the Southern Economic Association meetings. November
2004. Invited Participant.



GRANTS/FELLOWSHIPS

University of Misso
uri, St. Louis. College of Arts and Sciences Travel Grant Program.
September, 2011. $1,000.


University of Missouri, St. Louis. Small Grants Award. February, 2010. $1,000.


University of Missouri System. Research Board. December, 2008. $17,835.


S
mith Richardson Foundation. Domestic Public Policy Fellowship Program. October, 2008.
$60,000.


University of Missouri, St. Louis. Small Grants Award. October, 2007. $870.


University of Missouri, St. Louis. Research Award. February, 2007. $7,000.


University of Missouri, St. Louis. Small Grants Award. October, 2006. $660.


University of Missouri, St. Louis
-

Center for International Studies. CASS Fellowship to travel
to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing. November, 2006. Full
travel funds.


University of Missouri, St. Louis. Small Grants Award. November, 2005. $900.


University of Missouri, St. Louis. Research Award. February, 2005. $7,637.


Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession (CSWEP). CEMENT
Award:
Mentoring Junior Faculty. November, 2004. Funds to attend a mentoring workshop at the
annual Southern Economic Association meetings.


University of Missouri, St. Louis. Small Grants Award. November, 2004. $780.


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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Dispute
Resolution Panel Member
, for Federal Hydropower Dam Relicenses
.

2005
-
present
.

Selected by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the U.S.
G
overnment
.



Grant
Reviewer
: University of Missouri

Research Board, 2004, 2005
, 2006
, 2007
, 2009
, 2011
,
2012
.


Journal Reviewer:
Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization
; Energy Economics
;
Contemporary Economic Policy
.


Expert Reviewer: Pew Center on Global Climate Change, Climate TechBook
. 2009.


Outside Reviewer: Tenure and Promotion Committee, Occidenta
l College. 2011.


Session Proposal Organizer for the 2012 AEA Meetings


session was not accepted.

Session Proposal Organizer for the 2011 MEA Meetings


two sessions accepted.

Session Proposal Organizer for the 2009 AEA Meetings


session was not accepte
d.


Textbook Reviewer:
Ad
dison
Wesley Publishing Company, 2004; Worth Economics, 2007.


U.S. Academic Decathlon Question Reviewer in Economics: 2007
, 2008
, 2009
, 2010
, 2011
.



PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Economic Association

Association of
Environmental and Resource Economists

Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession

Eastern Economic Association

Midwest Economics Association

Missouri Valley Economics Association

Southern Economic Association

Society for the Advancement of

Behavioral Economics

Transportation and Public Utilities Group



UNIVERSITY/COMMUNITY
SERVICE

Community/State

Level
:

Beta
-
test software reviewer for the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank. June 2011
-
present.

Reviewer of Student Science Research Proposals, No
rthville Central High School. January 2012.

Expert Contributor on composition of the RCGA Green Business Challenge Scorecard.
November, 2011.

Keynote speaker for the 42
nd

anniversary dinner of the Missouri Coalition for the Environment.
November 2011.
Invited Speaker.

Lectur
e

for the 2010 Whitney and Anna Harris Conservation Forum. November 2010. Invited
Speaker.


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Lecture

for the Midwest Energy and Climate Policy Conference. June 2010. Invited Speaker.

Lecture for local Adult Ed program. May 2010.
Invited Speaker.

Lecturer/Panelist for the Academy of Science
-
St. Louis. February 2010. Invited Speaker.

Office of Research Administration Energy Summit Booth. March 2009. Invited Expert.


Campus Level
:

UMSL Strategic Planning Research Committee. 2012
. Faculty Participant.

Science Literacy Committee. 2010
-
201
2
. Faculty Participant.

Behavioral Economics Project Committee. 2010
-
2011. Faculty Participant.

“NABE Economics in Practice Lecture.” August 2010. Organizer.

“NABE Cap
-
and
-
Trade Lecture.” M
arch 2010. Invited Speaker.

Lecturer in Global Climate Change Course BIO4920/BIO6920. October 2009. Invited Speaker.

GUST
-
Gulf University for Science and Technology. 2009. New Faculty Interviewer.

Midwest Chinese American Science & Technology Associat
ion. 2008. Invited Talk.

News at Noon Speaker Series. 2008. Invited Talk.

Missouri Personal Finance Challenge. 2008. Faculty Judge/Grader.

New Student Orientation. 2007. Faculty Department Representative.

Focus on Teaching and Technology Conference
. 2006. UMSL Faculty Panel Member.

Search Committee for new Associate Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic
Education. 2006. Outside Faculty Member.

College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Meeting. April, 2006. Economic’s Faculty Atten
dee.

CONNECT Conference. 2006. UMSL Faculty Participant.

New Faculty Orientation Welcoming Committee. August 2005.

Chancellor’s Address to the Community. 2005. Faculty Participant.

University of Missouri, St. Louis Graduation Ceremony. Spring 2005.
Winter 2005. Spring
2007. Winter 2007.

Spring 2008.

Winter 2009.
Winter 2010.
Faculty Participant.

Center for Teaching and Learning; Various Seminars and Programs on University and Teaching
Development. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009. Program Partici
pant.

“NABE Panel to Meet New Faculty.” November 2004. Invited Panelist.

“Faculty Conversation on Research” meeting at the Chancellor’s Residence. October 2004.
Invited Participant.


Department Level
:

Economics Department Alumni Coordinator. 2007
-
present
.

Chinese Academy of Social Sciences researcher visit. 2011. Faculty Participant.

UMC graduate economics student visit. 2010. Co
-
host.

Annual Graduate and Undergraduate Kuznets Research Paper Awards. 2009
, 2010
. Judging
Committee Member

Annual

Graduate and Undergraduate Veblen Research Paper Awards. 2005
, 2007
, 2008
.
Judging Committee Member.

Economic Department’s “Economic Issues Forum.” 2006
-
2007. Director.

Economic Department’s Sharon G. Levin Economics Scholarship Committee. 2006. Fac
ulty
Committee Member.