Eric T. Stuen

Associate Professor of Economics

OFFICE

312 J.A. Albertson Building

PHONE

208-885-9023

MAILING ADDRESS

College of Business and Economics
University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3161
Moscow, Idaho 83844-3161

Eric Stuen

Research/Focus Areas:

Migration of R&D Professionals, Technology and Development, Labor Economics, Wine Economics.

Selected Publications:

  • Lee, J. and Stuen, E. (2015). “University Reputation and Technology Commercialization: Evidence from Nanoscale Science” Journal of Technology Transfer  41(3): 589-609.
  • Stuen, E., Hoang, N. and Hoang, V. (2015). “Malnutrition Expectations and Precautionary Demand for Children: Evidence from Vietnam” Forum of Development Studies 46(2): 1-15.
  • Stuen, E., Miller, J. and Stone, R. (2015). “An Analysis of Wine Critic Consensus: A Study of Washington and California Wines” Journal of Wine Economics 10(1): 47-61.
  • Miller, J., Stone, R. and E. Stuen (2015) “When is a Wine a Bargain? A Comparison of Popular and Regression-based Approaches” Journal of Wine Research 26(2): 153-168.
  • Stuen, Eric T., Mobarak, A. Mushfiq and Maskus, Keith E. (2012), “Skilled Immigration and Innovation: Evidence from Enrolment Fluctuations in US Doctoral Programmes.” The Economic Journal, 122: 1143–1176.
  • Miller, Jon and Eric Stuen (2013) “Quality, Reputation and Persistent Regional Price Differences: The Case of California and Washington Wine.” Enometrica, 6: 31-47.
  • Maskus, Keith, A. Mushfiq Mobarak and Eric Stuen(2013), “Doctoral Students and U.S. Immigration Policy”. Science, 324: 562-563.
  • Stuen, Eric (2013) “Aggregate Evidence of Localized Academic Knowledge Transfer in the U.S.” Economics Bulletin, 33: 1468-1478.

Awards and Honors:

  • Stoddard CBE Distinguished Scholar Award, University of Idaho, 2016-2017.
  • Monnett International Business Faculty Fellowship, University of Idaho, 2014.
  • Thiessen Family Excellence in Research Award, University of Idaho, 2012, 2013.
  • Shortlisted for Royal Economic Society Prize, for best Economic Journal article of 2012.
  • Ph.D., Economics, University of Colorado at Boulder, 2008