Business-to-Business Luncheon Speaker
Robert J. Carbaugh
Professor of Economics, College of Business
"Global Competition and Government Policy: The Case of Boeing and Airbus"
Wednesday, December 7, 2005
The Davenport Hotel
Known for his excellence in teaching, Robert J. Carbaugh is Professor of Economics at Central Washington University. He has been lauded with top teaching awards that include the1984 Excellence in Teaching award at University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire; and the Distinguished Professor of the University award at Central Washington University in 1993. In 1996, Professor Carbaugh was named the Scholar of the Year by the Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society at Central Washington University. In 2001, he received the Distinguished Professor of the University award for Research at Central Washington University. In 2004, Carbaugh was invited by the Directors of the Oxford Round Table to present a lecture, "Trade and Environmental Frictions in the Global Steel Industry," The lecture was presented at Oxford University in England.
With a Ph.D. in economics from Colorado State University, Professor Carbaugh specializes in economic theory and international economics. For over 30 years, Professor Carbaugh has taught these subjects, as well as managerial economics, money and banking, and both introductory and intermediate levels of microeconomics and macroeconomics. His cogent and lively teaching style makes his courses highly popular at Central Washington University.
Professor Carbaugh has authored and co-authored numerous articles for publications such as International Review of Economics and Business, Challenge, World Competition: Law and Economic Review, International Trade Journal, Quarterly Journal of Economics and Business, and Journal of Asian Economics. He has presented papers at professional meetings, including the Eastern Economics Association, Midwestern Economics Association, and the Western Economics Association. Professor Carbaugh is also well known for his distinguished textbook, International Economics (South-Western/Thomson Learning), now in its 10th edition, and his textbook, Contemporary Economics (South-Western/ThomsonLearning), now in its 4th edition. Professor Carbaugh resides in Ellensburg, WA.
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