Specialties: Economic Education, Gender
Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Associate Professor of Economics
Sage 2475, 920-424-7152
Dr. Robson earned her MA at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and her BBA at UW Eau Claire. She began her teaching career at UW Oshkosh in 1993 and is a member of the American Economic Association, Western Economic Association and Academy of Business Education.
Cotti, C., Robson D., Taengnoi S. (2013). “The Gender Gap in Early Business Courses: Determinants of Performance in Economics and Statistics,” Journal of the Academy of Business Education, Fall (2013): 11 – 27.
Robson D., Taengnoi, S. (2012). “Study Design’s Influence on Empirical Findings in Economic Education,” Applied Economics Letters, Vol. 19, No. 18 (2012): 1939 – 1942.
Refereed Journal Article (Published)
Johnson, M., Robson, D. (2009). "Clickers, Student Engagement, and Performance in an Introductory Microeconomics Course: A Cautionary Tale, Computers in Higher Economic Education Research.
Robson, D., Van Scyoc, L., Johnson, M. (2007) "Paper or Plastic: Evidence from a Sample of Clicker versus Paper Quizzes". Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Sept 28, 2007 edition.
American Economic Association
Western Economic Association
Academy of Business Education