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Dustin Chambers
Associate Professor of Economics
Salisbury University



Education
  • PhD (Economics), University of California, Riverside
  • Masters (Economics), UCLA
  • Bachelors (Economics), Fresno State
Research
  • Income Inequality and Economic Growth
  • Nonparametric Econometrics
  • Machine Learning and Big Data
Recent Publications
Is the Relationship between Inequality and Growth Affected by Physical and Human Capital Accumulation? (with Alan Krause), Journal of Economic Inequality, 8(2), 2010, pg. 153-172.
Convergence in Income Distributions: Evidence from a Panel of Countries (with Shatakshee Dhongde), Economic Modelling, 59, 2016, pg. 262-270.
How Do Federal Regulations Affect Consumer Prices? An Analysis of the Regressive Effects of Regulation, Mercatus Center Working Paper, Feb. 2016.
Fall 2016 Classes
  • Economics 212 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Economics 601 - Business Economics (MBA)
Note: Class web pages are maintained in MyClasses (Canvas)
Advising
Program Planning: I send my advisees detailed instructions to their SU email addresses describing how to activate Gullnet in order to enroll in classes. These instructions list the forms/documents that must be submitted, relevant deadlines, and how to schedule a face-to-face advising appointment. If you have not received these instructions, please send me an email message and I will forward a copy.
General Advising questions during the Fall/Spring semesters: If you have a general advising question NOT related to program planning, send me a detailed email describing your question or visit my office during office hours.
General Advising questions during the Winter/Summer breaks: I am unavailable during the winter and summer recesses. If you have an advising question, please contact Ms. Sarah Timko (satimko@salisbury.edu), the Advising Services Coordinator for the Perdue School of Business.