Title: Associate Professor
Office: L. William Seidman Center, 3044
Dr. Aaron Lowen, Associate Professor of Economics, earned his B.A. in economics the University of Northern Iowa, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from the University of Iowa. His research and teaching interests include game theory, applied econometrics, and experimental economics.
- PH.D., Economics, University of Iowa. "Essays On Econometric Issues Applied To Learning and the Design Of Hierarchical Incentive Contracts." (2003).
- MA, Economics, University of Iowa. (1999).
- BA, Economics, University of Northern Iowa. (1997).
- Applied econometrics
- Labor economics
- Lowen, A., Dechenaux, E., Samuel, A. (in press). Bribery in subsidized credit markets: evidence from households in Bangladesh. To appear in Indian Growth and Development Review.
- Deaner, R., Lowen, A., Cobley, S. (2012). Selection bias in the National Hockey League: Relatively younger players outperform their draft slots (pp. 22). http://ssrn.com/abstract=2148627: Social Science Research Network.
- Lowen, A., Samuel, A. (2012). Bribery and Endogenous Monitoring Effort: An Experimental Study. The Eastern Economic Journal, 38(3), 356-380.
- University, BCOIS Masters in Sustainability program task force, Member. (February 2013 - Present).
- Economics Department Assessment Committee, Member. (September 2012 - Present).
- Economics Department Strategic Management Committee, Member. (September 2012 - Present).