I am Associate Professor of Economics and Chair of Global and International Studies at the College of Wooster. I co-founded, direct, and actively participate in Wooster’s Social Entrepreneurship (SE) Program. SE uses collaborative experiential learning to catalyze the academy and social enterprises to create social change. Leading an intercultural and intergenerational team I expanded SE globally. This program is recognized for excellence by the Institute of International Education.
My papers have appeared in the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Water International, the Eastern Economics Journal and in the Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies. I support Open Educational Resources and am a Contributing Author to a free Principles of Economics text.