Sarah Cosgrove

Associate Professor / Chairperson

Economics

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Education

2003 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee PhD
2000 University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee M.A.
1996 St. Norbert College B.B.A

Teaching

  • Industrial Organization
  • Urban Economics
  • Environmental Economics
  • Microeconomic Theory

Research interests

  • Economics Education
  • Research-Based Instructional Strategies
  • Transportation
  • Regulation

Select publications

Olitsky, Neal H. and Sarah B. Cosgrove (2016).
“The Better Blend? Flipping the Principles of Microeconomics Classroom”
International Review of Economics Education , 21, 1-11.

Cosgrove, Sarah B. and Neal H. Olitsky (2015).
“Knowledge Retention and Online Course Work: Evidence from Principles of Economics.”
Southern Economic Journal , 82, 556-579.

Olitsky, Neal H. and Sarah B. Cosgrove (2014).
“The Effect of Blended Courses on Student Learning: Evidence from Introductory Economics Courses.”
International Review of Economics Education , 15, 17-31.

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