Research Profiles

  • Google Scholar [link]

  • Research Gate [link]

  • IDEAS/RePeC [link]

  • Monthly Labor Review [link]

Academic Articles

  1. “Compensation trends into the 21st century.” Beyond the Numbers, Mar. 2019. [link]

  2. "How social capital, supply chain integration, and customer loyalty affect performance." International Journal of Economics and Business, Dec. 2018. [link]

  3. "Trends in employer costs for defined benefit plans." Beyond the Numbers, Feb. 2016. [link]

Magazine Articles

  1. “Emerging employment trends in the nuclear power industry.” HR Professionals Magazine, Feb. 2021. [link] [link2]

  2. “Emerging trends in the Accommodation sector.” HR Professionals Magazine, Sept. 2020. [link] [link2]

  3. “How do elections influence the economy.” HR Professionals Magazine, Apr. 2020. [link] [link2]

  4. “2020 employment projections.” HR Professionals Magazine, Jan. 2020. [link] [link2]

  5. “Age discrimination on the rise.” HR Professionals Magazine, Jul. 2019. [link] [link2]

  6. “The U.S. economy is strong, but fragile.” HR Professionals Magazine, Mar. 2019. [link] [link2]

  7. "Are employer paying more for employee benefits?" HR Professionals Magazine, Nov. 2018. [link]

  8. "Using statistical data in HR management." HR Professionals Magazine, Mar. 2018. [link]

  9. "Compensation highlights in education and health services industries." HR Professionals Magazine, Feb. 2018. [link]

  10. "Labor market expectations for 2018." HR Professionals Magazine, Jan. 2018. [link]

  11. "What factors affect costs for defined benefit pension plans?" HR Professionals Magazine, Jul. 2017. [link]

  12. "Understanding the Labor Participation Rate." HR Professionals Magazine, Mar. 2017. [link]

Conference Papers

  1. "An empirical study of Japanese and South Korean exchange rates using the sticky-price monetary theory." International Academy of Business Review, Nov. 2016. [link]

Doctoral Dissertations

  1. "Econometric modeling of exchange rate determinants by market classification: An empirical analysis of Japan and South Korea using the sticky-price monetary theory." Capella University, Dec. 2016. [link]

Research Summaries

  1. “Consumer inflation during the COVID-19 pandemic.” Monthly Labor Review, Apr. 2021. [link]

  2. “Older workers and nontraditional jobs.” Monthly Labor Review, Mar. 2020. [link]

  3. "Examining the market power of on-demand labor platforms in the gig economy." Monthly Labor Review, Jul. 2018. [link]

  4. "Labor market effects of offshoring." Monthly Labor Review, Mar. 2018. [link]

  5. "The impact of technology on labor markets." Monthly Labor Review, Jun. 2017. [link]

  6. "Changes in the life cycle of women's employment." Monthly Labor Review, Mar. 2017. [link]

  7. "The effect of the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion on health insurance coverage in 2014." Monthly Labor Review, Jun. 2016. [link]

  8. "Does paid family leave increase leave taking among fathers?" Monthly Labor Review, Feb. 2016. [link]

  9. "The satisfaction of retirement." Monthly Labor Review, Nov. 2015. [link]

Book Reviews

  1. “Review of Social Capital 2.0.” ICON, Jun. 2019. [link]

  2. "Business Analytics for Managers: Taking Business Intelligence Beyond Reporting." INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics (formerly Interfaces), Oct. 2018. [link]

  3. "The second century of workers’ compensation programs." Monthly Labor Review, Oct. 2018. [link]

  4. "Can microfinance work? How to improve its ethical balance and effectiveness." Human Rights Review, Jun. 2018. [link]

  5. "The cost effectiveness of job-creating economic policies." Monthly Labor Review, Oct. 2017. [link]

  6. "Review of Retirement on the Rocks: Why Americans can't get ahead and how new savings policies can help." Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Spring 2016 (p. 111-113). [link]

  7. "Labor economics through the eyes of three French economists." Monthly Labor Review, Feb. 2016. [link]

  8. "The retirement age and the deficit." Monthly Labor Review, May 2015. [link]

  9. "Better retirement planning." Monthly Labor Review, Jan. 2015. [link]

Informative Highlights

  1. “Private employer costs for pay and benefits were $42.06 in New England in September 2018.” The Economics Daily, Jan. 2019. [link]


  1. "Econometric Modeling of Exchange Rate Determinants: A Comparison of Market Classifications Using the Sticky-Price Monetary Theory." Lambert Academic Publishing, Nov. 2016. [link]

  2. How to Conduct Effective Online Research, Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing, Dec. 2019. [link]

  3. The Fundamentals of Personal Branding and Marketing, Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing, Oct. 2019 [link]

  4. Literature Review on Exchange Rate Modeling, Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing, Apr. 2018. [link]