DALE E. BOISSO, Ph.D. Page 3
1994 – Present
Instructor and Adjunct Professor – Southern Methodist University Principles of Macroeconomics; Principles of Microeconomics; Intermediate Price Theory; Cost–Benefit Analysis; Trade Policy and the World Trade System; International Trade; Public Finance
1998 – Present
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars Patent Infringement Damages: Lost Profits and Reasonable Royalties Critical Issues in Calculating Losses in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Cases Geographic and Product Market Definition in Antitrust Litigation Lost Profits in Business Litigation Selecting and Working With Damages Experts in the Age of Daubert Economic Losses Resulting From Wrongful Termination or Discrimination The Role of Economic Analysis in Litigation Statistical Analysis in Employment Discrimination
1996 – 1998
Guest Lecturer – Southern Methodist University – Law & Economics classes The Use of Economics in Litigation: A Case Study in Antitrust; The Use of Regression Analysis in Litigation
1984 – 1990
Instructor – Southwest Missouri State University Principles of Macroeconomics; Principles of Microeconomics; Intermediate Macroeconomics; Price Theory; Money and Banking; Statistics for Economics
Instructor – Western Illinois University Principles of Macroeconomics; Principles of Microeconomics
1982 – 1983
Instructor – Parkland College Principles of Macroeconomics
TEACHING EXPERIENCE / CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES GIVEN
“Productivity and Efficiency in the U.S.: Effects of Business Cycles and Public Capital,” (with K. Hayes and S. Grosskopf), Regional Science and Urban Economics, Vol. 30, No. 6, 2000, pp. 663-681.
“An Analysis of Price-Fixing Claims and Economic Damages in the Matter of The Plaintiffs v. Mr. Darbis’ Widgets,” (with R. Basmann), Forensic Economics: The Role of the Academic Economist in Litigation Support, ed. Daniel J. Slottje, Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1999.
“Economic Distance, Cultural Distance, and Openness in International Trade: Empirical Puzzles,” (with M. Ferrantino), Journal of Economic Integration, Vol. 12, No. 4, December 1997, pp. 456-484.
“Occupational Segregation in the Multidimensional Case: Decomposition and Tests of Significance,” (with K. Hayes, J. Hirschberg, and J. Silber), Journal of Econometrics, Vol. 61, No. 1, March 1994, pp. 161-171.
National Association of Forensic Economics (NAFE) American Academy of Economic and Financial Experts (AAEFE) DFW Association for Business Economics (DABE) Center for Nonprofit Management (Dallas)