Lee Van Scyoc
Specialties: Economics of Sports, Economics of Transportation, Statistics
Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Associate Professor of Economics
Sage 2483, 920-424-7153
Dr. Van Scyoc earned Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and his MA and BA at Washington State University. Prior to coming to UW Oshkosh he taught at Chadron State College, Chadron NE, the University of Idaho, Moscow ID, Lee University, Cleveland TN, and Washington State University, Pullman WA
Van Scyoc, L., Burnett, N. J, McGee, M. K. Adverse Selection, “The Best Defense…” or Optimal Offence/Defense Spending Ratios...”. Applied Economics Letters. Forthcoming.
Van Scyoc, L., Burnett, N. J. “Changing Levels of Discrimination in the Market for Baseball Cards”. Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research. Forthcoming
Van Scyoc, L., Haley, M. R. “Adverse Selection, Seller Reputation, and Buyer Insurance in Online Auctions for 1960s-era Collectible Baseball Cards”. Applied Economics Letters, vol 17, number 14, pp 1341-1345.
Van Scyoc, L., Burnett, N. J. “Stadium Attendance for Baseball: A Case Study”. Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, vol. 9, number 3, 2008, pp. 29-45.
Van Scyoc, Lee, Gleason, Joyce, "Effects of Teaching Economics in a Short Course," Journal of Economic Education, vol. 24, number 1, 1993 pp. 15-22.
Van Scyoc, Lee, Walstad, William "The Effects of Textbooks on Economics Understanding and Attitudes in High School Economics Courses" Journal of Research and Development in Education, vol. 24, number 1, 1990 pp. 44- 52.
Van Scyoc, Lee “Effects of Airline Deregulation on Profitability”, Logistics and Transportation Review, vol. 25, number 1, 1989 pp. 39-51.