James P. Keeler
Professor of Economics
Ascension Hall 302
740-724-5276 fax email@example.com
James Keeler has been a faculty member at Kenyon since 1984. His primary research interest is the airline industry, and what cost conditions have contributed to consolidation in the industry. He also studies business cycles, exploring empiricial descriptions and estimates of the Austrian theory. Keeler teaches courses in applied econometrics, intermediate macroeconomics and business cycles.
Ph.D. Indiana University
B.A. Ohio University
"Measuring Excess Capacity in U.S. Passenger Airlines," International Journal of Transport Economics, June 2004, pp. 157-181.
"Empirical Evidence on the Austrian Business Cycle Theory, The Review of Austrian Economics, December 2001, pp. 331-351.