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.
Robson, D., Cotti, C., Johnson, M., Taengnoi, S. "The Gender Gap in Early Business Courses: Determinants of Performance in Economics and Statistics. Journal of the Academy of Business Education. (forthcoming)
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 Schoc, 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