PJ Glandon joined the economics department in the fall of 2012 after completing his doctorate at Vanderbilt University. Prior to graduate school, he worked for Procter Gamble in Cincinnati as a financial analyst in their pharmaceuticals and personal health care divisions. His current research studies the pricing behavior from a macroeconomic perspective. He has published articles on the role that temporary price reductions (sales) play in business cycles and how competition affects pricing strategy. He is currently working documenting the methodology used by macroeconomists and how it has changed over time.

Glandon teaches principles of macroeconomics, intermediate macroeconomic theory, introduction to econometrics, advanced econometrics, portfolio allocation and industrial organization.

Areas of Expertise

Macroeconomics, finance


2011 — Doctor of Philosophy from Vanderbilt University

2000 — Bachelor of Science from Miami University Oxford

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