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Dr. Douglas Bice - Ph.D.

Lecturer
Department of Account and Finance

Phone: 478.471.5763

Locations:
  • Macon - School of Business Suite in the PSC - Room 378
Courses: Here at MGA I teach:
Survey of Economics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics
Business Statistics
Principles of Management

Previous teaching experience includes the following undergraduate courses:
Business and Government: Antitrust and Regulation
Competitive Analysis
Economics of Philanthropy, Non-profit Organizations, and Religion
Econometrics
Financial Economics
Industrial Organization
Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
Introduction to Computer Information Systems
Labor Economics
Labor-Management Relations
Managerial Economics
Principles of Macroeconomic Theory
Principles of Microeconomic Theory
Seminar in National Competitive Advantage
Strategy and Equity: An Introduction to Game Theory and Distributive Justice
University 101: Freshman Seminar

Previous teaching experience includes the following masters-level graduate courses:
Economics of Strategy & Organization
Managerial Economics
Macroeconomics for Managers
Quantitative Methods and Statistical Tools
The Global Economy
Education: Ph. D., Economics, University of Kentucky
Master of Arts, Economics, University of New Hampshire
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, University of Connecticut
CV: Selected Presentations

Planting the Seeds for a Successful Faculty Learning Community, USG Teaching and Learning Conference, April 11-12, 2019 (with Neil Rigole, Victoria Guarisco, Rhonda Amerson, Melissa Jordan, and Rex Andrews)
Preconceptions of Principles Students, Eastern Economic Association, New York, February 27, 2015” (with Elisabeth S. Curtis, Wayne Geerling, William Goffe, Adam Hoffer, Solina Lindahl, Mark Maier, Brain Peterson, and Wendy Stock)

Preconceptions of Principles Students, Allied Social Science Association, Boston, January 3, 2015 (with Elisabeth S. Curtis, Wayne Geerling, William Goffe, Adam Hoffer, Solina Lindahl, Mark Maier, Brain Peterson, and Wendy Stock)

Preconceptions of Principles Students, Southern Economic Association, Atlanta, November 22, 2014 (with Elisabeth S. Curtis, Wayne Geerling, William Goffe, Adam Hoffer, Solina Lindahl, Mark Maier, Brain Peterson, and Wendy Stock)

Preconceptions of Principles Students, Conference on Teaching and Research on Economic Education (CTREE), Washington, May 28, 2014 (with Elisabeth S. Curtis, Wayne Geerling, William Goffe, Adam Hoffer, Solina Lindahl, Mark Maier, Brain Peterson, and Wendy Stock)

Cognitive Illusions and Biases in Teaching Economics at Teaching Economics: Instruction and Classroom Based Research, 25th Annual Conference at Robert Morris University (2-15-2014)

Lessons from the Economics of Religion. IAAEG, Universität Trier, Trier, Germany (7-19-2004)

The Determinants of Success in Intermediate Microeconomics, with Randy McFerrin. American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (2-26-2001)

Interactive Technology, Southwestern Business Administration Teaching Conference (10-26-98)

Technology and Distance Education: Fifteen Years of Experience, with Bill Brunsen and Gerry Huybregts. Southwestern Business Administration Teaching Conference (10-24-97)

Using Experiments to Teach the Principles of Microeconomics: A Novice’s Concerns and Experiences, Southwestern Business Administration Teaching Conference (10-25-97)

The Impact of Mandates and Tax Limitations on Local Government’s Choice of Labor Inputs, University of Kentucky, Applied Microeconomics Workshop (12-6-96) and Martin School Forum (12-13-96)

Free Riding and Community Size: An Application to the Provision of Local Fire Protection, University of Kentucky, Applied Microeconomics Workshop (12-8-95)
Professional Experience: Lecturer, Middle Georgia State University, 2021 - Present
Associate Professor, Middle Georgia State University, 2014 – 2021
Lecturer Macon State College, 2011 – 2014
Lecturer, International Business Program, Trier, Fachhochshule Trier, 2010
Teaching Instructor, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, 2007-2009*
Visiting Scholar, IAAEG, Universität Trier, Germany, 2004 – 2007
Lecturer, FFA Program, Universität Trier, Germany, 2004 – 2007*
Lecturer, International Business Program, Fachhochshule Trier, Germany, 2004 – 2007*
Lecturer II, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 2001 – 2004
Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics, Michigan State University, 2001 – 2004*
Assistant Professor of Economics, Eastern New Mexico University, 1997 - 2001
Teaching Assistant, University of Kentucky, 1992 - 1997
Adjunct Instructor, Kentucky College of Business, 1994 - 1996
Adjunct Instructor, New Hampshire Vocational-Technical College at Stratham, 1990

Professional Affiliations: Southern Economics Association
Publications: "The Market for New Handguns: An Empirical Investigation," Journal of Law and Economics, (April, 2002), with David D. Hemley

"The Impact of Mandates and Tax Limits on Voluntary Contributions to Local Public Services: An Application to Fire Protection Services," National Tax Journal (March, 2000), with William Hoyt

“A Model with Mixed Binary Responses and Censored Observations,” Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 26: 921-941 (1997), with Weiren Wang



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