Jeff Ankrom, Associate Provost for Strategy & Planning, Academic Affairs Division

Jeff Ankrom

Phone
614-823-1599Xổ số kiến ​​thiết TP.

Email
jankrom@otterbein.eduXổ số kiến ​​thiết TP.

Jeff Ankrom is a member of Otterbein’s Experts Bureau. To speak with an expert, please contact Director of Communications Jenny Hill at jhill@otterbein.edu or 614-370-3221.

Expert Profile

Although Jeff Ankrom, Ph. D., is the associate provost for strategy and planning at Otterbein University, he has taught university-level economics for many years. He is the former chair of Wittenberg University’s Department of Economics and has published papers in a variety of publications, including The Eastern Economic Journal, Scandinavian Journal of Economics and Litigation Economics Review. He has visited and conducted research on Nordic economics while living in Sweden during sabbatical visits at the Swedish Institute for Social Research.

Ankrom earned his bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from Otterbein in 1978, winning the Norris-Elliott Award that year as the Cardinals’ top student-athlete. He went on to earn his master’s and Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame in public sector economics.

Areas Of Expertise

  • Forensic Economics
  • Recession Economics
  • Statisitics
  • Health Economics
  • Financial Institutions and Markets
  • Public Finance
  • Economics of Sports
  • Urban Economics
  • The Fed
  • Nordic Capitalism

Education

  • PhD, University of Notre Dame, 1982 (Economics)
  • MA, University of Notre Dame, 1980 (Economics)
  • BA, Otterbein College, 1978 (Economics and Political Science)

Xổ số kiến ​​thiết TP.Research, Creative, & Professional Work

  • Public Finance Financial Institutions and Markets The Economics of Sports Health Economics Urban Economics

Xổ số kiến ​​thiết TP.Publications

  • "An Analysis of Horizontal and Vertical Equity in Sweden, the U.S. and U.K." Scandinavian Journal of Economics (1993:1)
  • "Catholic Social Teaching and Family Income: Results from Nine Industrialized Countries." in On the Condition of Labor and the Social Question One Hundred Years Later : Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Rerum Novarum. Edited by Thomas O. Nitsch. Toronto Studies in Theology; vol. 69 (1994)
  • "The Competitive Use of Price Discrimination by Colleges" in The Eastern Economic Review ( 1998)
  • "Wrongful Termination: A Compensated Demand Approach", Litigation Economics Review Volume 6, Number 2 (2004)

Xổ số kiến ​​thiết TP.Affiliations & Awards

  • Norris-Elliott Outstanding Scholar Athlete Award, Otterbein College, 1978
  • Joan Robinson Prize in Economics, Outstanding Dissertation at Notre Dame, 1982