Kristin Stowe

Kristin Stowe, Associate Professor of Economics
 
Education
Ph.D. in Economics (2002)
Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.
Dissertation: Bankruptcy, Default and the Cost of Municipal Finance
 
M.A. in Economics (1998)
Clemson University, Clemson, S.C.


B.A. in Economics with High Honors (1995)
Guilford College, Greensboro, N.C.
Minors in Management and in Mathematics
 
Contact Information
704-233-8136
 
Publications
Stowe, K., Parent, J., Schwartz, L., and Sendall, P.  (Forthcoming)  "Are Business School Students Prepared to Present?" Journal of the Academy of Business Education.

Schwartz, L., Stowe, K. and Sendall, P.  (2011)  "Predicting MBA Student Success:  A Case Study."  ACBSP Annual Edition. Vol 2, 86-96.

Stowe, K., von Freymann, J., and Schwartz, L.  (2011)  "Assessing Active Learning and Skills Training through Alumni and Current Student Views."   Journal of Case Studies in Accreditation and Assessment.  Vol 2.

Reback, C. and Stowe, K. (2011) “Unnatural Experiments: The Case of Television Game Shows."  Applied Economics Letters. Vol 18 (10) July, 919-923.

Parent, J., Nielsen-Dube, K., Stowe, K.,  Schwartz, L.,  Sendall, P. and Shine Cain, K.  (2011) “Successful Writing Skill Acquisition within the Business Curriculum.” Journal of the Academy of Business Education.  Vol 12 (Spring) 56-73.

Stowe, K. (2010)  "A Quick Argument for Active Learning:  The Effectiveness of One-Minute Papers.”  Journal for Economic Educators, Vol 10 (1) Summer, 33-39.

Stowe, K., Schwartz, L., Sendall, P. and Michelson, S. (2009) “Academic Dishonesty Among Business Students: Determining Student Definitions of, and Participation in, Cheating Activities.”  Journal of the Academy of Business Education, Vol 10 (Fall) 1-31.
Courses
ECON 221 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 222 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 321 - Intermediate Microeconomics
ECON 350/FINA 350 - Money and Financial Institutions
ECON 413 - Special Topics (Environmental Economics)
 
Professional Organizations
Academy of Business Education
American Economic Association