Dr. Peter V. Bias Professor of Business and Economics
"My research interests are eclectic and include small sample inference for Poisson distributions, regionally heterogeneous impacts of national monetary policies, optimal inventory safety stocks, game theory, and the theoretical underpinnings and empirical estimation of the Phillips Curve."
126 Rogers Building
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Monday and Wednesday
12 – 2 p.m.
A member of FSC’s Business faculty for more than 20 years, Dr. Bias teaches microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics at both graduate and undergraduate levels and has served as director of the economics program since 2001.
Along with his teaching, Dr. Bias serves as a consultant on economic issues for Polk County Public Schools, has provided economic and statistical testimony on a number of court cases, and often has been invited to speak at local lectures.
In addition to numerous journal articles and conference presentations, Dr. Bias has written workbooks and study guides for statistics and has edited a graduate level readings compendium on monetary macroeconomics. Having worked closely with some of the world’s foremost meteoricists, Dr. Bias published a popular science book on meteors and meteor showers in December 2005.
B.A.,Ph.D. in economics, University of Cincinnati
ECO 104: The Economics of Public Issues
ECO 201: Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 202: Principles of Macroeconomics