|Present||Professor, San Jose State University ‐ Economics|
Honors and Awards
- SJSU Economics Department Most Valuable Player Award, 2007.
- SJSU Economics Department Summer Research Award, 2008.
- Earhart Foundation Fellowship Research Grant, 2200 Green Rd., Ann Arbor, MI, 2005.
- Junior Faculty Career Development Grant, San José State University, 2003.
- Visiting Scholar, Social Science History Institute, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2002–2006.
- William C. Bark National Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 2001–2002.
- Grant from the Earhart Foundation, 2200 Green Rd., Ann Arbor, MI, 2000.
- David Burton, Jr., Fellowship, Office of Graduate Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 2000–2001.
- Publications Director, Independent Institute, 134 Ninety-Eighth Ave., Oakland, CA, 1988–1993.
- Weaver Fellowship, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Bryn Mawr, PA, 1980–1981.
- HIST 176: The American Way of War: Civil War (History Dept.)
- ECON 235: Seminar in Monetary Theory (Graduate)
- ECON 202: Seminar in Macroeconomic Analysis (Graduate)
- ECON 135: Money and Banking
- ECON/HIST 113A: Economic History of the United States (formerly Econ 111)
- ECON 102: Macroeconomic Analysis
- ECON 1A: Principles of Macroeconomics
|2001||Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin ‐ History with a minor in Economics|
|1977||M.A, University of Texas at Austin ‐ History with a minor in Economics|
|1971||B.A, Grove City College ‐ History|
Scholarly Articles and Chapters (43)
Contribution to Book
The Consequences of a United States Default or Repudiation
Economic and Political Change after Crisis: Prospect for Government, Liberty, and the Rule of Law (2017)
The U.S. Government’s accumulated national debt and unfunded liabilities in social security and Medicare could be pushing the country towards ...