Janet Knoedler

Jan Knoedler

Charles P. Vaughan Chair in Economics and Professor of Economics
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About Jan Knoedler

Professor Knoedler is a Senior Fellow in the Society and Technology Residential College.

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., The University of Tennessee

Research Interests

  • Institutional Economics
  • Political Economy
  • Economics and Technology
  • History of Economic Thought
  • U.S. Economic History
  • Religion and Economics


  • ECON 301 Independent Study
  • FOUD 096 Utopia and Dystopia
  • ECON 301 Independent Study
  • ECON 103 Economics Principles and Problems
  • ECON 258 Intermediate Political Economy
  • ECON 331 Industrial Organization Economics
  • ECON  Economics of Baseball (under development)

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.

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