Jenny Hawkins, PhD, is an assistant professor of economics and Director of the Undergraduate Program in Economics. Her courses include Economic Analysis of Business Strategies, Law and Economics, Economic Analysis of Labor Markets, Principles of Microeconomics, the SAGES Senior Capstone in Economics, and the EMBA Economics for Managers. Her research focuses on topics in industrial organization and law and economics using both theoretical and empirical analyses.
Hawkins received her PhD in Economics from The University of Arizona and her BA in Mathematics and Economics from Idaho State University. She began her appointment at the Weatherhead School of Management in 2014.
Initially Appointed: 2014
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By appointment only
- Microeconomic theory
- Law and economics
- Industrial organization
Awards and Honors
- Committee Member, FSCUE (Faculty Senate Committee on Undergraduate Education), 2020 - 2023
- Committee Member, Presidential Search Advisory Committee, 2020
- Faculty Advisor, Women in Economics (WE), 2019 - 2021
- Economics Undergraduate Program Director, 2017 - 2022
- Committee Member, Undergraduate and Integrated Programs Committee, 2017 - 2022
- Gelbach, J. B., Hawkins, J. (2020).
A Bayesian Approach to Event Studies for Securities Litigation (vol. 176, issue 1, ). Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics.
- Hawkins, J., Saini, V. (2016).
Returns to Indian Art during 2000-2013 (vol. 42, issue Spring 2016, pp. 302-310). Eastern Economic Journal.
- Hawkins, J. (2015).
Book Review: Predatory Pricing in Antitrust Law and Economics: A Historical Perspective Eastern Economic Journal.
- Hawkins, J. (2014).
Returns on Indian Art during 2000-2013 Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) Working Paper Series.
- Hawkins, J. (2012).
Antitrust Enforcement During the Great Depression
- Hawkins, J., Lazatti, N. (2011).
Misalignment of Firm and Consumer Preferences for Advertising