Evan W. Osborne, Ph.D.
Ph.D., economics, UCLA, 1993
BS, economics, University of Texas-Austin, 1985
Favorite courses: principles of economics for non-business students (EC 2000), Economics of State and Society (EC 2100)
Unique or at least distinctive courses I have designed: Economics of State and Society; Marxism: Theory and Practice (for University Honors Program; not permitted for regular economics students); Adam Smith; Economics of Diversity; Financial and Economic Instability; The Great Depression (for University Honors Program); Globalization; Business and Society.
Other courses I teach: law and economics; sports economics; microeconomic principles
American Economic Association
Western Economic Association
North American Association of Sports Economists
Raj Soin College of Business outstanding graduate teacher, 2005-6
Dept. of Economics outstanding teacher, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2014-2015
Fulbright teaching grant, 2008-9 (Soochow University, Taipei, ROC)
Wright State University, Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research Award, 2015
Raj Soin College of Business outstanding scholarship award, 1998-9, 2000-1, 2001-2
Duncan Black prize, outstanding paper, Public Choice, 2002