Associate Professor of Economics
Ph.D. (Economics) University of Iowa; B.A.E. (History and Social Science) Wayne State College.
Intermediate Macroeconomics. Money and Banking. Principles of Macroeconomics. Advising Economics Majors on Undergraduate Research and Pursuing Graduate Degrees.
Macroeconomics and monetary economics especially in the areas of inflation and the business cycle.
Before coming to UNI in 1999, Bryce taught at Northern Illinois University and held visiting positions at Wartburg College, the University of Iowa, and Miami University. His research has been published in a variety of journals, including Applied Economics, Economic Inquiry, Journal of Money Credit and Banking, Journal of Macroeconomics, Southern Economic Journal, and Oxford Economic Papers. In addition, he's worked on a variety of teaching ancillaries for a Principles of Economics text.
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