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Thomas J. Carter

Thomas J. Carter

Thomas J. Carter
Professor

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Education

  • Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Economics/International Economics/Econometrics, 1987
  • M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Economics, 1983

Recent Publications

  • Carter, T.J. (2020). Economic theory and the Euro crisis. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2020(1), 54-77.
  • Carter, T.J. (2016). Tax-based incomes policies in efficiency wage models. Franklin Business & Law Journal, 2016(1), 125-135.
  • Carter, T.J. (2015). Labor market dynamics: Wages, unemployment, and shirking. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2015(2), 82-93.
  • Carter, T.J. (2015). Real effects of money in the dynamic Shapiro-Stiglitz model. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2015(1), 48-60.
  • Carter, T.J. (2013). The economics of on-the-job training: A century of debate. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2013(2), 101-116.
  • Carter, T.J. (2011). Training and turnover with equilibrium unemployment. The B. E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy, 11(1), 16.
  • Carter, T.J. (2010). Minimum wage laws: The role of worker efficiency. Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, 2010(4), 59-71.