Educational Background: Ph.D., The University of Tennessee
Fields of Research and Teaching Interest: Institutional Economics, Political Economy, Economics and Technology, History of Economic Thought, U.S. Economic History, Religion and Economics
Recent Activities: Professor Knoedler recently finished a co-edited volume of original essays, The Institutionalist Approach to Labor Economics, with Dell Champlin, published by M.E. Sharpe, and is currently at work co-editing a volume of original essays on Thorstein Veblen, to be published by Edward Elgar sometime in 2006. She has published a number of articles on institutional economics in the Journal of Economic Issues. She has served as Executive Secretary/Treasurer for the Association for Evolutionary Economics since 1999. Professor Knoedler is also a senior fellow in the Society and Technology Residential College and currently serving as chair of the Department of Economics.
Classes: ECON 301, Independent Study, FOUD 096, Utopia and Dystopia, ECON 301, Independent Study (3 sections)
Other Classes commonly taught by Professor Knoedler include: Economics Principles and Problems (103), Intermediate Political Economy (258), Industrial Organization Economics (331), Economics of Baseball (under development).