Macroeconomics and Macro Finance, Econometrics, Instructional Technology
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Neil Sheflin is an associate professor of economics at Rutgers’ School of Arts and Sciences in New Brunswick. His research interests include macroeconomics and macro finance, econometrics, quantitative and computer applications and instructional technology. His past research has dealt with the economics of trade unions, the development of inflation cycles, cost-benefit analyses of NASA remote satellite sensing systems, telecommunications demand modeling, financial sector modeling, and the development of statistical sentencing guidelines for New Jersey. Professor Sheflin is currently working on applications of new instructional technology. He serves as faculty advisor to the economics honor society (ODE), a faculty mentor in the SAS honors program, a University senator, and member of the SAS Academic Standing Committee.
The End Of Teaching? The Use of Active Technology In The Large Introductory Economics Class”, ASSA Meetings, CEE/AEA Poster Session on Active Learning Techniques, January 2007
Tax and Financial Statement Benchmarks, 1993-1995 Editions, (New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.1993-1995)
"The Demand for Alcoholic Beverages: An Aggregate Time-Series Analysis", Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, volume 4, 1985 (with David Levy).
Union Sourcebook: Structure, Membership, Finance, Directory, West Orange:IRDIS, 1985 (with Leo Troy).
"Structural Stability in Two Models of American Trade Union Growth", Quarterly Journal of Economics, February 1981 (with Leo Troy and Tim Koeller).