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Dustin Chambers
Professor of Economics
Salisbury University



Education
  • PhD (Economics), University of California, Riverside
  • Masters (Economics), UCLA
  • Bachelors (Economics), Fresno State
Research
  • Economic Effects of Regulation
  • Income Inequality and Economic Growth
  • Nonparametric Econometrics
  • Machine Learning and Big Data
ORCID iD iconhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-7722-2240
Recent Publications
How do federal regulations affect consumer prices? An analysis of the regressive effects of regulation, (with Courtney A. Collins and Alan Krause) Public Choice Vol. 180, No. 1-2, 2019, pg. 57-90.
Barriers to Prosperity: The Harmful Impact of Entry Regulations on Income Inequality, (with Patrick McLaughlin and Laura Stanley) Public Choice Vol. 180, No. 1-2, 2019, pg. 165-190.
Regulations, Institutional Quality and Entrepreneurship, (with Jonathan Munemo), Journal of Regulatory Economics Vol. 55, No. 1, 2019, pg. 46-66.
Fall 2020 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. Wendy Jin (XXJIN@salisbury.edu), the Advising Services Coordinator for the Perdue School of Business.