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Associate Professor, Program Chair
PhD in Economics, Colorado State University, 2011
Earlier in his career Dr. Anderson published several scholarly articles on the subject of global growth and labor market inequalities. However, since the twin crises of the wildfires and pandemic impacted the region, his research, teaching, and community advancement efforts have shifted into the areas of disaster resilience and the democratization of the local economy. Currently Professor Anderson is working with community partners on the Digital Leaders Active in Disaster initiative which aims to make disaster recovery more equitable for all community members by creating a community-owned disaster registry.
Professor Anderson considers his expertise as being a facilitator of place-based solutions. To that end, Professor Anderson and several committed community members created the Local Innovation Lab in partnership with Southern Oregon University. The Local Innovation Lab is a community-based, college-to-career mentorship program that aims to empower our future entrepreneurs and leaders. Professor Anderson believes that economics, alongside many of the social sciences, is able to help construct the needed institutional frameworks and narratives that can open our collective imaginations for creating local and sustainable solutions for society’s grand problems.
His work has been published in World Development, Journal of Economic Issues, Politics and Policy, and others. At SOU he teaches all kinds of economics classes, but especially enjoys the introductory sequence, the Senior Capstone Research Seminar, and any course related to economic progress and inclusive growth.
PhD. Economics, University of Massachusetts, 2022
Travis Campbell is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Southern Oregon University. His research applies microeconomics to social justice issues, focusing on economic inequalities by race, gender, and sexuality in the US. His other research focuses on social movements and public health policy, among other topics. His research has been published in The Lancet Regional Health – Americas, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Health Economics, Metroeconomica, and others. He uses his research expertise to incorporate the economics of race, gender, and sexuality into all of his courses. At SOU he teaches Micro and Macroeconomics, Quantitative Methods and Application, Healthcare Economics, Labor Economics, and Gender Issues in Economics.
PhD, International Development, University of Technology Sydney, 2010
Donnie Maclurcan is an Affiliate Professor of Economics at Southern Oregon University and Director of Strategy at the Post Growth Institute – an international, not-for-profit organization exploring how we co-create a just and livable world beyond capitalism. His research interests span alternative forms of business ownership; credit unions, debt and financial flows; not-for-profit entrepreneurship; degrowth and asset-based development. As a consultant, Donnie has helped more than 500 not-for-profit projects across 36 countries to start, scale and sustain their work, while his own initiatives include developing the Offers and Needs Market, Free Money Day, the Post Growth Alliance, and the globally popular #postgrowth hashtag. A Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, Distinguished Fellow with the U.K. Schumacher Institute for Sustainable Systems, and an Adjunct Professor with the Australian-based Institute for Sustainable Futures, Donnie holds a PhD in international development from the University of Technology, Sydney and is working on his fourth book, How on Earth: our future is not for profit.
PhD in Economics, University of Nevada Reno, 2015; MBA, Finance and Financial Management Services, The University of Dallas, 2010; Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.), Civil Engineering, King’s Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi, 2007
Rattaphon Wuthisatian is an Assistant Professor of Business and Economics at Southern Oregon University. He has teaching responsibilities in both the School of Business and the Economics Program. His research and teaching interests include behavioral finance/economics, macroeconomics, financial economics, business economics, and applied econometrics. At SOU, Professor Wuthisatian teaches various courses in economics and finance, including Macroeconomics, Business Cycles and Macroeconomic Forecasting, Economic Analysis, Principles of Finance, Personal Finance, Financial Market and Institutions, International Financial Management, and Quantitative Methods and Application. His research has appeared in Review of Behavioral Finance, Journal of Behavioral Economics for Policy, International Journal of Financial Markets and Derivatives, Management Research Review, among others.
Milan (Kip) Sigetich