Gregory (Greg) A. Trandel

Associate Professor

Office
527 Brooks Hall
310 Herty Drive
Athens, GA 30602
Phone Numbers
Work 706-542-3673
Email Address

Education

Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation Year
PhD
  • Economics
Princeton University
1992
BA
  • Economics
University of Illinois
1984

Research Interests

  • Political Economy
  • Strategic Behavior
  • Teaching of Economics
  • Public Economics

Areas of Expertise

  • Public Economics

Selected Publications

Journal Articles

  • Gregory A. Trandel. 2004. Hit By Pitches: Moral Hazard, Cost-Benefit, Retaliation, or Lack of Evidence?. Journal Of Sports Economics, (5):87-92.
  • Greg Trandel and Arthur Snow. 1999. Progressive Income Taxation and the Underground Economy. No Publisher, (62):217-222.
  • Gregory A. Trandel, Lawrence H. White, and Peter G. Klein. 1998. The Effect of the Designated Hitter Rule on Hit Batsmen: Pitcher's Moral Hazard of the Team's Cost-Benefit Calculation? A Comment. Economic Inquiry, (36):679-684.
  • Gregory A. Trandel. 1994. Interstate Commodity Tax Differentials and the Distribution of Residents. Journal Of Public Economics, (53):435-457.
  • Susan E. Skeath and Gregory A. Trandel. 1994. A Pareto Comparison of Ad Valorem and Unit Taxes in Noncompetitive Environments. Journal Of Public Economics, (53):53-71.
  • Gregory A. Trandel. 1992. Evading the Use Tax on Cross-Border Sales: Pricing and Welfare Effects. Journal Of Public Economics, (49):313-331.