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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).
- MS, Economics, University of Illinois. (1983).
- BA, 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).
- Community, Interviewee, approximately 0.25 hours spent per year, Hours. (March 28, 2013)