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Gerald Granderson

Professor

Economics

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Academic Background

  • Ph.D. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Economics, 1993
  • M.A. Eastern Michigan University, Economics, 1987
  • B.A. University of Michigan, Economics, 1984

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Professor, Miami University (2014-Present)
  • Associate Professor, Miami University (1999-2014).
  • Visiting Associate Professor, University of Florida (August, 2005-December, 2005).
  • Assistant Professor, Miami University (1993-1999).
  • Intern, Bureau of Economics, Antitrust Division, Federal Trade Commission (1990-1990).

Recent Publications

  • Granderson, G. & Forsund, F. (2014). Rate Regulation and the Le Chatelier Principle. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 41(2), 263-275.
  • Grandeerson, G. and Forsund, F. (2013). The Impact of the Clean Air Act on Production Cost, and the Substitution Between Inputs in the Electric Utility Industry, , Energy Economics, 40 , 785-794.
  • Granderson, G & Prior, D. (2013). Environmental Externalities and Regulation Constrained Cost Productivity Growth in the U.S. Electric utility Industry. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 39(3), 243-257.
  • Granderson, G. (2011). The Impacts of Hospital Alliance membership, Alliance Size, and Repealing Certificate of Need Regulation, On the Cost Efficiency of Non-Profit Hospitals. Managerial Economics, 32 (3) , 159-173
  • Granderson, G. (2006). Externalities, Efficiency, Regulation, and Productivity Growth in the U.S. Electric Utility Industry. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 26 (3), 269-287.
  • Granderson, G. & Linvill, C. (2002). Regulation, Efficiency, and Granger Causality. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 20 (9), 1225-1245.
  • Granderson, G. (2000). Regulation, Open-Access Transportation, and Productive Efficiency. Review of Industrial Organization, 16 (3), 251-266.
  • Granderson, G. & Linvill, C. (1999). Parametric and Nonparametric Approaches to Benchmarking the Regulated Firm. Journal of Productivity Analysis, 12 (3), 211-232.
  • Granderson, G. (1999). The Impact of Regulation on Technical Change. Southern Economic Journal, 65 (4), 807-822.

Areas of Expertise

  • Industrial organization
  • Productivity and growth
  • Regulation