Bruce T. Elmslie
Professor of Economics
bte [at] cisunix [dot] unh [dot] edu
Fields of Specialization:
International trade; history of economic thought; growth theory
Ph.D., University of Utah, Economics
B.S., Westminster College, (Economics, Finance, Management)
"Scale Effects Found!," (with Tim Ford), Applied Economics, forthcoming.
"Teaching Economic Growth Theory with Data," (with Edinaldo Tebaldi), Journal of Economic Education, forthcoming, Winter, 2010.
"Institutions, Innovation and Economic Growth," with Edinaldo Tebaldi, Journal of Economic Development, forthcoming, December 2008.
"So, What Did You Do Last Night? The Economics of Infidelity," (with E. Tebaldi), Kyklos, Vol. 61, No. 3, 2008.
“Considering the Source: Does Country of Origin of FDI Matter to Economic Growth?” (with T. Ford and J. Rork), Journal of Regional Science, May 2008.
“Foreign Direct Investment, Economic Growth, and the Human Capital Threshold,” (with T. Ford and J. Rork), Review of International Economics, 16(1), 96-113, 2008.
"Sexual Orientation and Labor Market Discrimination," (with Edinaldo Tebaldi), Journal of Labor Research, Vol. 28, No. 3, 2007.
"Discrimination and Growth: The Distribution across Skills Matters," (with N. Sedgley), Economics Letters, Vol. 90, 2006.
"The Chain Version of Comparative Advantage: An Empirical Investigation," (with N. Cavusoglu), Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), Vol. 141, No. 3, 2005.
"Sexual Orientation and Labor Supply," (with E. Tebaldi), Applied Economics, Vol. 38, 2006.
"The Conventional Wage Share vs. Full Employment: Implications for the Development of Growth Theory," (with N. Sedgley), Cambridge Journal of Economics, September 2004.
"Adam Smith and Noneconomic Objectives," Review of International Economics, Vol. 12, No. 4, 2004.
Honors & Awards:
Whitemore School of Business and Economics Excellence in Research Award, 2007
Whittemore School of Business and Economics Excellence in Teaching Award, 2006
University of New Hampshire Outstanding Associate Professor, 2002
Reginald F. Atkins Endowed Chair in Economics 1998-2001