Economics Faculty/Staff Directory
3136 L. William Seidman Center
Field of Study
Dr. Paul Sicilian earned his B.A. degree at Tulane University and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. His teaching interests are in applied microeconomics, labor economics, industrial organization, and econometrics. His primary research interest is in labor markets.
- PH.D., Economics, Labor Economics, Industrial Organization, Econometrics, University of Illinois. (1991).
- M.S., Economics, University of Illinois. (1983).
- B.A., Economics and History, Tulane University. (1981)
- Labor Economics
- Industrial Organization
- Sicilian, P., Grossberg, A. J. (2012). Relative Pay and Benefits in the NonProfit Sector. International Journal of Applied Economics.
- Dalmia, S., Smith Kelly, C., Sicilian, P. (2012). Marital Matching Among US Residents: A Comparison by Region of Origin (1st ed., vol. 18, pp. 124-125). Atlanta, GA: International Advances in Economic Research.
- Sicilian, P., Simons, G., McKendall, M. (2012). Using Economics Courses to Teach and Assess Basic Information Literacy Skills. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 13, 90-104.
- College, Assessment Task Force, Committee Member.
- University, General Education Committee, Committee Member. (1992 - Present).