Chris Dumas Vitae/Resume
- Ph.D. 1997. Natural Resource Economics. University of California, Berkeley.
Major Fields: Environmental Economics, Industrial Organization.
- M.S. 1991. Natural Resource Economics. University of California, Berkeley.
- B.S. 1990. Economics. North Carolina State University.
- B.S. 1990. Conservation (Natural Resource Management). North Carolina State University.
- 2009-Present -- Professor of Economics, University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
- 2003-2008 -- Associate Professor of Economics, University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
- 1997-2003 -- Assistant Professor of Economics, University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
- 1990-1997 -- Graduate Student, University of California, Berkeley.
- 1995 Graduate Student Research Intern, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, San Francisco, C.A.
- ECN 125 Survey of Economics
- ECN 221 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECN 321 Intermediate Microeconomics
- ECN/EVS 325 Environmental Economics
- ECN 377 Introduction to Econometrics
- ECN 477 Advanced Econometrics
- ECN 525 Environmental Economics
- ECN 495 Senior Seminar in Economics -- Input/Output Analysis
- MBA 533 Game Theory for Managers
- PLS 501 Quantitative Methods for Public Administration
Areas of Research Interest:
- Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
- Fisheries Economics
- Aquaculture Economics
- Economic Impact Analysis
- Economic Impacts of Hurricanes and Climate Change
- American Economic Association.
- Southern Economics Association.
- Association of Environmental and Resource Economists.
- American Agricultural Economics Association.
- National Association for Business Economics.