Ph.D., North Carolina State University
College Associate Lecturer
Areas of Study:
Applied Microeconomics, Health Economics, Environmental Economics
Department of Economics
Cleveland State University
Rhodes Tower, Room 1712
Cleveland, OH 44115
- “How do smoking bans in restaurants affect restaurant and at home alcohol consumption?” (with Michael K. Wohlgenant), Empirical Economics, 50 (2016), 1193–1213.
- “Pseudo panel data estimation technique and rational addiction model: an analysis of cigarette, alcohol and coffee demands,” (with Michael K. Wohlgenant), Agricultural Economics, 47 (2016), 375-386.