Specialties: Macroeconomic Theory, Economic Development, International Capital Markets
University of Arkansas
Professor of Economics
Sage 2410, 920-424-7151
Dr. Gunderson earned his BA degree (1970) in Political Science from Augustana College, in Sioux Falls, SD. He earned his M.A. (1974) and Ph.D. (1978) degrees in Economics from the University of Arkansas. Prior to joining the UWO faculty in 1987, he was an instructor of economics at Southeast Missouri State University, Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Central Arkansas, and a consulting Agricultural Economist at the Winthrop Rockefeller International Institute of Economic Development. He is the Economics Team Leader in the College of Business.
"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.
“A History of the Economic Environment and Special Interests That Influenced Postwar Global Trade Negotiations,” paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Economics and Business Historical Society, April, 2007.
Gunderson, Ralph O., McGee, M. Kevin, International Cases for Microeconomics, Presented at Western Economics Association Annual Meeting, Western Economics Association, San Diego. (July 2, 2006).
Gunderson, Ralph O., 19th Century Origins of the Lima Stock Exchange, Presented at Annual Meeting of the Economics and Business Historical Society, Economics and Business Historical Society, Pittsburgh, PA. (April 2006).