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Oklahoma State University

JIM FAIN

JIM FAIN

Department of Economics
Professor

389 BUSINESS
STILLWATER, OK 74078-4011
Phone: 405-744-8651

jim.fain@okstate.edu

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Education

  • Ph D, Purdue University, Economics, 1986
  • MS, Purdue University, Economics, 1983
  • BA, University of Texas, Economics, 1982

Publications

  • James R Fain. (2017). "City Formation with Complex Landscapes". Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance, and Management. (24), 4, 125-137. 1099-1174.
  • B. Wade Brorsen, James R. Fain, and Joshua G. Maples. (2017). "Alternative Policy Responses to Increased Use of Formula Pricing". Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization. 1542-0485.
  • James R. Fain. (2016). "Can Minorities Escape Wage Discrimination by Forming Firms?". Computational Economics. (50), 3, 425-445. 0927-7099.
  • Jim Fain. (2016). "Screening Discrimination in a Broader Context". Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance, and Management. (23), 4, 276-294. 1099-1174.
  • Wade Brorsen, Chris Boyer, and Jim Fain. (2015). "Private-Value Auction versus Posted-Price Selling: An Agent-Based Model Approach ". Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance, and Management. (22), 4, 249-262.
  • Jim Fain and Timothy O. Bisping. (2012). "The Role of Labor Force Transition Probabilities in Determining Gender-Specific Employment Responses to Monetary Policy Shocks". Journal of Academy of Business and Economics. (12), 2, 1542-8710.
  • James R. Fain. (2011). "Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Slow Progress Ahead". Contemporary Economic Policy. (29), 1, 56-66. 1465-7287.
  • Jim Fain. (2009). "Affirmative Action Can Increase Effort". Journal of Labor Research. (30), 2, 168-75.
  • Jim Fain and Timothy O. Bisping. (2008). "Monetary Policy and Labor Market Transitions". Eastern Economic Journal. (34), 2, 238-251.
  • Jim Fain and T.O. Bisping. (2005). "The Current State of the Labor Queue: National and Regional Evidence". Journal of Labor Research. (26), 2,
  • Jim Fain and T.O. Bisping. (2004). "Gender, Race, Region and Disparities in the Impact of Monetary Policy on Unemployment". Southern Business and Economic Journal. (27), 3 & 4,
  • Jim Fain and Mary Gade. (1995). "The Relative Ability to Tax Coal in the Western States". Southern Economic Journal. 236-246.
  • Jim Fain and Mary Gade. (1992). "Optimal Extractive Taxes Under Demand Uncertainty". Public Finance Quarterly. 243-255.

Awards and Honors

  • Kenneth and Leitner Greiner Undergraduate Teaching Award (1997)
  • Merrick Foundation Teaching Award (1995)

Academic, Military, and Professional Positions

  • Oklahoma State University, Professor, July 1999
  • Oklahoma State University, Department Head, August 2008 - June 2014
  • Oklahoma State University, Graduate Coordinator, August 2004 - August 2008
  • Oklahoma State University, Associate Professor, July 1991 - June 1999
  • Oklahoma State University, Assistant Professor, August 1986 - June 1991