Daniel is a PhD Candidate at the University of Kentucky. His fields of research include Labor, Health, Environmental, and Teaching Economics. His doctoral research focuses on the intergenerational transmission of occupations with an emphasis on risky occupations.
Steve is an Assistant Professor at Eastern Connecticut State University. His research interests are in the applied areas of microeconomics as well in teaching pedagogy. His work has been published/forthcoming in economic journals such as the South African Journal of Economics, Journal of Economics and Finance Education, and Journal of Economics Teaching.
Mihai is an Assistant Professor of Economics with SUNY Oswego. His research focuses on international economics with an emphasis on international trade and international agreements in general. Specifically, he is interested in the European integration process and its implications for international trade at both national and firm levels.
Jadrian is an Associate Teaching Professor of Economics at Penn State University. His research interests are in managerial and labor related issues in sports as well as teaching pedagogy. He is also deeply involved in developing teaching resources for university and high school economics instructors. He is a contributor for Econ Media Library, Economics of Parks and Recreation, Economics of Modern Family, and Bazinganomics: Economics of The Big Bang Theory.