Dr. Tracy Miller
Associate Professor of Economics
B.S., Forestry (Honors), Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1978
M.S., Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University, 1981
Ph.D., Economics, University of Chicago, 1986
Selected Papers and Publications:
“Economic Impact of Tolling I-80.” Paper prepared for Coalition Against Tolling I-80, October 2009.
“Improving the Business Climate of the State of Pennsylvania,” White Paper Series, Center for Vision and Values, October 2007.
“Capitalism, Wealth, and Poverty: How Should Christians Evaluate the Liberal Economic Order and Its Consequences,” Faith and Economics, Vol. 44 (2004): 57-67.
“Impact of Globalization on US Wage Inequality: Implications for Policy,” North American Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 12 (2001): 219-242.
“Land Values, Market Forces, and Declining Dairy Herd Size: Evidence from an Urban-Influenced Region,” with Adesoji Adelaja and Mohammad Taslim, Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, Vol. 27 (April 1998).
“Environmental Policy: The Role of Property Rights and Markets,” Pro Rege, Vol. 22 (March 1994): 15-23.
“The Political Economy of Agricultural Policies: A World View,” in D. Gale Johnson and Chi-ming Hou, eds. Agricultural Policy and U.S.-Taiwan Trade (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1993), 127-148.
“The Political Economy of U.S. Agricultural Policies,” in D. Gale Johnson and Chi-ming Hou, eds. Agricultural Policy and U.S.-Taiwan Trade (Washington: American Enterprise Institute, 1993), 178-200.
“Explaining Agricultural Price Policies with a Model of Political Interest Group Competition,” Journal of Policy Modeling, Vol. 13 (1991): 489-513.
“Technology Adoption and Agricultural Price Policy,” with George Tolley, American Journal of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 71 (November 1989): 847-857.