Dustin Chambers
Professor of Economics
Salisbury University

  • PhD (Economics), University of California, Riverside
  • Masters (Economics), UCLA
  • Bachelors (Economics), Fresno State
  • Economic Effects of Regulation
  • Large Language Models and Natural Language Processing applied to Regulations
  • Income Inequality and Economic Growth
  • Nonparametric Econometrics
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Recent Publications
Federal Regulation and Mortality in the 50 States, (with James Broughel) in Risk Analysis, Vol. 42(3), 2022
Regulation and Income Inequality in the United States, (with Colin O'Reilly) forthcoming in European Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 72, 2022.
Regulation, Entrepreneurship, and Firm Size, (with Patrick McLaughlin and Tyler Richards), Journal of Regulatory Economics Vol. 61, 2022.
Fall 2024 Classes
  • Economics 212 - Principles of Macroeconomics
  • Economics 601 - Business Economics (MBA)
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