Dr. Daniel Vazzana joined the Business Administration and Economics Department in 2006.¬† Prior to joining the department, Dan taught in the Economics and Business Department at Berea College for seven years.¬† While teaching at Berea, he completed his doctorate at Purdue University in 2004.¬† His dissertation examined the use of exclusive territories in the malt beverage industry.¬† His current interests include the structure of the malt beverage industry, multiple proposer ultimatum games in experimental economics and service learning in economics.
Dan is a native of Baltimore, where he attended Loyola College of Maryland as an undergraduate.¬† He still loves Maryland blue crab and often misses seeing the ocean although he does enjoy the mountains of Kentucky.¬† He currently resides with his family in Berea.
- BEC 223 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 304 Regression Analysis in Business and Economics
- ECO 311 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
- ECO 337 Environmental Economics
- ECO 470 Experimental Economics
- ECO 470 Labor Economics