Gregory Chase, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Economics/Finance

Gregory Chase, Ph.D.Degrees:

  • Ph.D., International Economics/Minor Finance Kent State University
  • M.B.A., University of Central Florida
  • B.B.A., Eastern Michigan University

Committees:

  • Curriculum Committee

Professional Affiliations:

  • American Economic Association

Publications:

  • International Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, 2010, Title: Religion’s Impact on Corruption, Summer, Vol. 5, No. 1.
  • Business Research Yearbook, 2010, Title: The Impact of the Interactions of Economic, Religious, Political and Civil Freedoms on Economic Growth, Vol. 17.
  • Cato Journal, 2005, with Ilan Alon, Title: Religious Freedom and Economic Prosperity, Spring/Summer, Vol. 25, No. 2, p. 399-406.
  • Business Research Yearbook, 2005, Title: Religious and Economic Freedom: Is It Enough? Vol. 12.
  • Business Research Yearbook, 2004, with Ilan Alon, Title: Some Evidence on Religious and Economic Freedoms Impact on Economic Growth, Vol. 11.
  • Journal of Tourism Studies, December 2003, with David McKee, The Economic Impact of Cruise Tourism on Jamaica, Vol. 14, No. 2.
  • Anatolia, Summer 2002, with Ilan Alon, Title: A Model to Evaluate the Economic Impact of Cruise Tourism (Lead Article), Vol. 13:1.

Conference:

  • Forthcoming – International Academy of Business Disciplines, April 2014, Title: Religiosity, Corruption, and Economic Growth, San Diego, California.
  • International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), July 2013, Title: The Impact of Religious Freedom and Corruption on Economic Growth. Istanbul, Turkey.
  • International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), January 2011, with Marc Cool, Title: Mass Customization of an MBA Program at a Small University. Orlando, Florida.
  • International Academy of Business Disciplines, April 2010, Title: The Impact of the Interactions of Economic, Religious, Political and Civil Freedoms on Economic Growth: Is It Enough? Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD), January 2010, Title: Corruption, Religious Freedom, and Economic Growth; Orlando, Florida
  • US Embassy – International Resource Center, March 2009, Title: The Global Financial Crisis: Causes and Effects; Chisinau, Moldova.
  • International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines (IABPAD) January 2009, with Fang Yang, Title: The Influence of Religion on Microfinance; Orlando, Florida
  • International Academy of Business Disciplines, April 2005, Title: Religious and Economic Freedom: Is It Enough? Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • International Academy of Business Disciplines, March 2004, with Ilan Alon, Title: Some Evidence on Religious and Economic Freedoms Impact on Economic Growth; San Antonio, Texas.
  • Federation of Business Disciplines, March 2004, with Ilan Alon, Title: Religious Freedom and Prosperity: Is there are Relationship? Orlando, Florida.
  • Caribbean Studies Association, May 2003, with Elaine Potoker, Title: The Caribbean Basin Initiative: 20 Years Later; Belize City, Belize.
  • International Academy of Business Disciplines, April 2003, Title: Tourism’s Impact on Government Expenditures: A Cross-Sectional Study of Several Small Caribbean Island Nations; Orlando, Florida.
  • Caribbean Studies Association, May 2002, Title: The Economic Impact of Cruise Ships: Some Evidence from the Bahamas; Nassau, Bahamas.
  • American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, February 2002, Title: A Contribution to Understanding the Economic Impact of Cruise Ships in the Caribbean Basin Region: Las Vegas, Nevada.

Awards and Grants:

  • Outstanding Paper – IABPAD Conference– January 2010, Orlando, Florida
  • Fulbright Scholarship to Moldova –Spring 2009

Office: 260 Main Hall Phone: (304) 336-8081 Fax:  (304) 336-8418 E-Mail: [email protected]

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