Hired in 1969, Dr. John Dall is a full Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics, where he teaches undergraduate courses in microeconomics and consumer economics. In his work as instructor, Dr. Dall has introduced several innovations in his coursework, including overseeing several course trips, and linking economics with government and technology. Dr. Dall's research interests center on bundling and course scheduling management. His research, which is predominantly pedagogical in nature, has appeared in such outlets as the Academic Leader and The Journal of Economics, Banking, and Finance. Dr. Dall has also presented his research at the Hawaii International Business Conference.
- Ph.D., The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania