Positions

Overview

  • Bruce Elmslie is the Chair of the Economics Department and Professor of Economics at the University of New Hampshire. He teaches MBA Economics, International Economics and the History of Economics. His research interests include international trade, labor economics and the economics of institutions and growth. He has published over 75 articles and reviews. His external interests include hiking, skiing and other outdoor things.
  • Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title
    2018 Adam Smith's Discovery of Trade GravityJournal of Economic Perspectives.  32. 2018
    2016 Did Pareto's Sociology Ever have a Place in Economics?Il Pensiero Economico Italiano.  XXIV. 2016
    2016 Publick Stewsand the genesis of public economicsOxford Economic Papers.  68:1-15. 2016
    2015 Early English Mercantilists and the Support of Liberal InstitutionsHistory of Political Economy.  47:419-448. 2015
    2014 The Wage Gap against Gay Men: The Leveling of the Playing FieldKyklos.  67:330-345. 2014
    2014 The determinants of marital happinessApplied Economics.  46:3452-3462. 2014
    2013 THE DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF ENDOGENOUS GROWTH MODELSMacroeconomic Dynamics.  17:1118-1134. 2013
    2011 Do We Still Need Cities? Evidence on Rates of Innovation from Count Data Models of Metropolitan Statistical Area PatentsAmerican Journal of Economics and Sociology.  70:86-108. 2011
    2011 Nanotechnology as general-purpose technology: empirical evidence and implicationsTechnology Analysis and Strategic Management.  23:175-192. 2011
    2011 Scale effects found!Applied Economics.  43:3883-3890. 2011
    2010 Reinterpreting the Jones critique: A time series approach to testing and understanding idea driven growth models with transitional dynamicsJournal of Macroeconomics.  32:103-117. 2010
    2010 One Small Step for Man: Paul Krugman, the 2008 Nobel Laureate in EconomicsReview of Political Economy.  22:1-17. 2010
    2010 Teaching Economic Growth Theory with DataJournal of Economic Education.  41:110-124. 2010
    2008 So, What Did You Do Last Night? The Economics of InfidelityKyklos.  61:391-410. 2008
    2008 Considering the source: Does the country of origin of FDI matter to economic growth?Journal of Regional Science.  48:329-357. 2008
    2008 Foreign Direct Investment, Economic Growth, and the Human Capital Threshold: Evidence from US StatesReview of International Economics.  16:96-113. 2008
    2007 Sexual Orientation and Labor Market DiscriminationJournal of Labor Research.  28:436-453. 2007
    2006 Discrimination and growth: The distribution across skills mattersEconomics Letters.  90:194-199. 2006
    2005 The Chain Version of Comparative Advantage: An Empirical InvestigationReview of World Economics.  141:404-421. 2005
    2004 The conventional wage share vs. full employment: implications for the development of growth theoryCambridge Journal of Economics.  28:875-888. 2004
    2004 Adam Smith and Noneconomic ObjectivesReview of International Economics.  12:689-692. 2004
    2002 Vent for Surplus: A Case of Mistaken IdentitySouthern Economic Journal.  68:712-712. 2002
    2001 Agglomeration and Congestion in the Economics of Ideas and Technological ChangeAmerican Journal of Economics and Sociology.  60:101-121. 2001
    2000 Comparative advantage in international trade: A historical perspectiveSouthern Economic Journal.  66:801-804. 2000
    1999 Theories of Convergence and Growth in the Classical Period: The Role of Science, Technology and TradeEconomica.  66:135-149. 1999
    1996 Testing Heckscher-Ohlin-Vanek in the G-7Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv.  132:139-159. 1996
    1996 The role of joint products in Adam Smith's explanation of the ''vent-for-surplus'' doctrineHistory of Political Economy.  28:513-523. 1996
    1995 RETROSPECTIVES - THE CONVERGENCE DEBATE BETWEEN HUME,DAVID AND TUCKER,JOSIAHJournal of Economic Perspectives.  9:207-216. 1995
    1994 International trade and technical progress: the role of capital good imports in Portugal>International Review of Applied Economics.  8:227-250. 1994
    1992 International trade and factor intensity uniformity: An empirical assessmentWeltwirtschaftliches Archiv.  128:464-486. 1992
    1992 RETHINKING INTERNATIONAL-TRADE THEORY - A METHODOLOGICAL APPRAISALWeltwirtschaftliches Archiv.  128:249-265. 1992
    The Productivity of Convergence Debate: A Theoretical and Methodological ReconsiderationSSRN Electronic Journal

    Conference Proceeding

    Year Title
    2008 Is Nanotechnology a General Purpose Technology and Why do we need to Know? 2008

    Teaching Activities

  • Economics of Competition Taught course 2019
  • Economics of Competition Taught course 2019
  • History of Economic Thought Taught course 2019
  • Economics of Competition Taught course 2018
  • Economics Taught course 2017
  • Economics Taught course 2017
  • Economics Taught course 2017
  • International Trade Taught course 2017
  • Economics Taught course 2016
  • Economics Taught course 2016
  • Economics Taught course 2016
  • History of Economic Thought Taught course 2016
  • Economics Taught course 2015
  • Economics Taught course 2015
  • Economics Taught course 2015
  • International Trade Taught course 2015
  • Economics Taught course 2014
  • Economics Taught course 2014
  • Economics Taught course 2014
  • Independent Study Taught course 2014
  • History of Economic Thought Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • B.S. Economics, Finance and Management, Westminster College - Utah
  • Ph.D. Economics, University of Utah
  • Full Name

  • Bruce Elmslie