Instructor of Economics
Office: Rosenstock Hall, Room 118
- M.A. Economics, George Mason Universitye
- B.S. Economics, North Carolina State University
- ECON 310 Environmental Economics
- ECON 328 Labor Economics
- ECON 560 Managerial Economics
Jeffrey Horn earned his master’s degree in economics at George Mason University, where he is currently pursuing a doctoral degree. Previously, he earned his bachelor’s degree in economics at North Carolina State University. His research interests include experimental economics, behavioral and cognitive science, and market processes. His current research focuses on the role of personality in mediating response to incentives and on the behavior of donors toward charities. Mr. Horn teaches managerial economics, industrial organization, labor economics, environmental economics, and introductory courses in micro- and macroeconomics.
Research and Teaching Interests
Experimental economics, behavioral and cognitive science, market processes
- "Endogenous Political Business Cycles in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model," with Daniel T. Kling. Public Choice Society Annual Meeting. San Antonio, Texas. March 2011.
- "Different Strokes: How Different External Incentives Motivate Different Folks"
- "Do Donors Care about Overhead Costs?" with Luigi Butera
- "Endogenous Political Business Cycles in a Dynamic General Equilibrium Model," with Daniel T. Kling and Carlos Ramirez