Dr. Charles E. Scott

Professor of Economics

photoContact:

410-617-2618
Sellinger Hall 307
cscott@loyola.edu

Research Areas:

Public Finance, Local Impact Analysis, Pricing Strategy, Economics of Prison Labor


Academic Degrees

Ph D, Vanderbilt University.
MA, Vanderbilt University.
MBA, University of Montana.
BS, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.


Representative Publications

Nancy Williams, Frederick Derrick, Nancy Williams and Charles Scott, A two-stage proxy variable approach to estimating movie box office receipts, Journal of Cultural Economics, 2013.
[ doi:10.1007/s10824- 012-9198-y ]

Norman H. Sedgley, Norman Sedgley, Nancy Williams, Frederick Derrick, Charles E. Scott, Nancy A. Williams and Frederick W. Derrick, Prison's Dilemma: Do Education and Jobs Programs Affect Recidivism?, Economica, 307(77) 2010, 497-517.

Charles Scott, Prison's Dilemma: Do Education and Jobs Programmes Affect Recidivism?, Economica, 77(307) 2010, 497- 517.

Charles E. Scott, Frederick W. Derrick and Andrew Samuel, When consumers lack information, free-market system falters, Baltimore Sun, Opinion-Editorial, 2010.

Sedgley, N. H., Scott, C. E., Williams, N. A., Derrick, F. W., Prison's Dilemma: Do Education and Jobs Programs Affect Recidivism?, Economica.

Derrick, F. W., Scott, C. E., Ahmadi, M., Prison Labor's Impact on the Local Economy, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, XXXII, 2, (2006), p. 45-57.

Scott, C. E., Derrick, F. W., Prison Labor: The Local Effects of Ohio Prison Industries", International Advances in Economic Research, (2006).


Awards and Honors

Pi Gamma Mu, National Honorary Society for Social Science.
Fulbright Teaching Fellowship, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey. (2001).
Beta Gamma Sigma (1972)


Professional Memberships

American Economic Association
International Atlantic Economic Society
Chesapeake Association of Economic Educators


Current Projects

Local Impact Analysis of Loyola College
Movie Box Office Revenue: the Impact of Critical Reviews (being revised) [with Frederick W. Derrick]
Prison Labor: How to Choose the Industry" [with Nancy Williams and Frederick Derrick]

 

Share