Educational Background: Ph.D. University of Wisconsin- Madison
Fields of Research and Teaching Interest: International Trade and Trade Policy, Public Choice
Recent activities: Professor Magee's recent publications include an article in Social Science Quarterly on policy choices by members of the House of Representatives, and articles in the Journal of International Economics and in Economics & Politics on campaign contributions and United States trade policies. His current research interests include regional trade agreements, the effect of U.S. trade barriers on world prices, and lobbying over medical malpractice legislation.
Classes: ECON 341, Econometrics CAPS 407, The Economics of Politics and Lobbying ECON 338, Seminar in International Economics ECON 103, Economics Principals and Problems, ECON 257, Intermediate Macroeconomics