Meet the FairTax Economists – #11 – Susan L Dadres

Susan L Dadres

Susan L Dadres - FairTax Economist

Susan Dadres, Ph.D.
Department of Economics, Southern Methodist University

Professional Preparation

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Economics/Monetary Economics, International Economics/An Empirical Examination of Regional Variation in Earnings and Income Inequality; Southern Methodist University – 1998
  • Master of Science, Economics, University of North Texas – 1986
  • Bachelor of Science, Economics (Honors), University of North Texas – 1984

Appointments

  • 2006-Present: Lecturer, University of North Texas
  • 2005-Present: Online Instructor, University of North Texas
  • 2003-2006: Adjunct Instructor, University of North Texas
  • 1992-2006: Adjunct Instructor, Lecturer, Southern Methodist University
  • 2003-2005: Adjunct Instructor, University of Texas at Dallas
  • 1993-1996: Adjunct Instructor, University of Texas at Dallas
  • 1991-1992: Visiting Instructor, Trinity University
  • 1987-1991: Adjunct Instructor, Lecturer, Southern Methodist University
  • 1991: Adjunct Instructor, Texas Woman’s University
  • 1984-1987: Teaching Fellow, Lecturer, University of North Texas

Publications

  • 2006 Published Instructor’s Manual for Public Finance, 8th ed. – Harvey S. Rosen (McGraw-Hill)
  • 2003 Published Contributed articles to the Encyclopedia of Capitalism
  • 2001 “Regional Research and Development Intensity and Earnings Inequality”; Donna Ginther, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, Economic Review, Second Quarter 2001, pp. 13-26

Presentations and Projects

  • 1997 “Regional Variation in Male Earnings Inequality” Presented “Regional Variation in Male Earnings Inequality” with Donna Ginther at the Western Economics Association 72nd Annual Conference, July 1997 in Seattle, Washington.
  • 1990 “Overlapping Generations with Money as a Medium of Exchange” Presented “Overlapping Generations with Money as a Medium of Exchange” at the Southwestern Economics Association Meeting, March 1990 in Austin,Texas.
  • 1987 “Modeling Adaptive Expectations with Exponential Smoothing” Presented “Modeling Adaptive Expectations with Exponential Smoothing” and won first place in the graduate student competition at the Southwestern Economics Association Meeting, March 1987 in Dallas,Texas.

Teaching

  • Econ 1100 (Principles of Microeconomics)
  • Econ 1110 (Principles of Macroeconomics)
  • Econ 3560 (Intermediate Macroeconomics)
  • Econ 4150/5150 (Public Economics)
  • Econ 5000 (Economic Concepts)

Memberships

  • 2006, Women’s Symposium at SMU; Moderator

Honors and Recognitions

  • 2010 Outstanding Online Teacher & Course Designer Award. University of North Texas
  • 2008-2009 Faculty sponsor for W.H.A.T. (Women’s Health Awareness Team). University of North Texas
  • 2008 Exemplary Online Teacher & Course Designer Award. University of North Texas
  • 2007-2008 Awarded QEP II grant to re-design Econ 1110, Principles of Macroeconomics. University of North Texas
  • 2007 Exemplary Online Teacher & Course Designer Award. University of North Texas
  • 2001 Outstanding Faculty Award. Interfraternity Council at SMU
  • 1998 Outstanding Faculty Award. Student Senate at SMU

Professional Community Engagement

  • 2008 Assisted with evaluation of UNT Learning Enhancement Grant proposals.
  • 2002 Women’s Symposium at SMU. Panelist
  • 1997 Women’s Symposium at SMU. Panelist
  • 1996 Symposium on Teaching Effectiveness at SMU. Panelist

Additional Information

  • 2008 Completed Online Teaching Certification program offered by the Sloan Consortium[15]

REFERENCES:
[15] https://faculty.unt.edu/editprofile.php?pid=1264&onlyview=1

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