Jim Clark, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Associate Director of the Center for Economic Education, & Associate Dean
Office: Clinton Hall, 023
Phone: (316) 978-7097
Bio: Dr. Clark earned his Ph.D. and MA in Economics from Northwestern University, BS in Economics from Michigan State University. Areas of expertise: E-Business Economics, Applied Microeconomics, Managerial Economics, Transportation Economics, Urban Economics, Economic History, the Teaching of Economics (both K-12 and college), and the Application of Technology to Teaching Economics. Numerous conference presentations on applying technology to teaching economics, and on using active learning techniques in K-college economics instruction. 
Sample Publications:  Journal articles include publications in the Journal of Economic Education, Transportation Research Forum, and Growth and Change.  Co-author of two study guides to accompany economics textbooks from Houghton Mifflin. Authored several published teaching units on integrating economic concepts into U.S. and world history classes.