Specialties: Gender Economics & the Economics of Discrimination, Statistics and Econometrics, Money and Banking, Macroeconomics
Ph.D, University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA)
Professor of Economics
Sage 2481, 920-424-1471
Dr. Burnett earned her Ph.D and MA from the University of California-Los Angeles and her BA from Pomona College, Claremont CA. Prior to coming to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh she taught at Claremont Graduate School, Claremont McKenna College, Occidental College, and Pepperdine University, California.
"Enrollment Patterns in Higher Education," Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, forthcoming.
"Changing Levels of discrimination in the Market for Baseball Cards” with L. Van Scyoc, Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, forthcoming.
“ ‘The Best Defense….’ or Optimal Offence/Defense Spending Ratios in the NFL” with L. Van Scyoc and M. McGee, Applied Economics Letters, forthcoming.
“Explaining the Success of Women in Undergraduate Economics” with S. Taengnoi, Empirical Economics Letters, vol. 9, number 5, May, 2010.
“To Consolidate or Not to Consolidate, That is the Question: Optimal School Size & Teacher Incentive Contracts” with A. Lowen and M.R. Haley, Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, vol. 14, number 3, July, 2010, 1-14.
“Stadium Attendance for Baseball: A Case Study” with L. Van Scyoc, Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, vol. 9, number 3, 2008, 29-45.
“Internationalization of the Economics Major: Case Studies” with R. Gunderson, K. McGee, R Haley, Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, vol. 9, number 2, 2008, 17-42.
“Discriminating Buyers of Baseball Cards: Does Race Affect Value?” with L. Van Scyoc, Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, Vol.5, No. 3, 2004, 101-110.
“The Business of Teaching Statistics as an Experimental Science or an Experiment in the Science of Teaching Business Statistics,” Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, vol. 4(3), 2003, 15-30.
“Stock Trading in Class: A Multi-media Game” Journal for Economic Educators, 3(4), Spring 2003 (online at http://www.mtsu.edu/~jee/journal02.htm).
"Gender Economics Courses in Liberal Arts Colleges" Journal of Economic Education, 28(4), Fall, 1997. 369-76.
"Oil Shocks, Productivity, and the Economic Slowdown" The Journal of Energy and Development, 16 (2), Spring, 1992, 247-54.
"The Productivity Puzzle: A 10% Solution", Economics Letters, 38(3), March, 1992, 319-23.
American Economic Association
Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession
International Association for Feminist Economists
Southern Economic Association
Western Economic Association International