Andrew Yuengert Pepperdine University
Andrew M. Yuengert
Malibu, CA 90263
phone: work - (310) 506-4380
Birth Date: 8 December 1960 Citizenship: U.S.A.
Fields: Labor Economics
Ethics and Economic Analysis
Degrees: Ph.D., Economics, Yale University, 1990.
B.A., Economics, University of Virginia, 1983 (Magna Cum Laude).
Dissertation Title: “Issues in the Measurement of Immigrant Assimilation Rates”
Fellowships, Honors, and Awards:
Phi Beta Kappa, 1983.
Yale Graduate Fellowship, 1984-88.
John and Francis Duggan Professor of Economics, 2001-2004
John and Francis Duggan Chair of Economics, 2004-2007
Teaching and Research Experience:
Full Professor, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, 1994-present (Assistant Professor
1994-1998, tenured 2000, Full Professor 2004-). Courses: Introductory Microeconomics,
Managerial Economics, Global Economics, Labor Economics, Intermediate
Macroeconomics, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Religion and the Founding Fathers,
How to Have an Argument (Freshman Seminar), Immigration Policy, Christianity and Economics,
Research Economist, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 1990-94.
Responsibilities: Conducted research into the role of institutional investors in financial
markets, and prepared occasional pre-Federal Open Market Committee briefings.
Adjunct Professor, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, New Jersey, 1993.
Courses: International Trade and Finance.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine, 1989-90.
Courses: Intermediate Microeconomics, Labor Economics, Introductory
Microeconomics, Jewish and Christian Economic Thought.
Teacher’s Assistant, Yale University, 1987-89.
Courses: Intermediate Microeconomics, Econometrics.