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Faculty & Staff Profile
Alfond Center 232
207-602-2592 (w)
207-602-5951 (f)

Michael C. Daley, Ph.D. Economics
Associate Professor
mdaley@une.edu

Expertise

contemporary macroeconomics environmental economics
ecological economics
post positivist economic methodology.


Education

Ph.D., Whittemore School of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire, 2000

M.A., Whittemore School of Business and Economics, University of New Hampshire, 1987

B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Maine, Orono, 1983

Board Certifications/Licenses

State of Maine Professional Engineer - Environmental Engineering


Research and Scholarship

Research Interests

Economic methodology - the post-positivist turn and its application to the field of ecological economics.

Current Research or Scholarship

Pluralism in economics and the root metaphor theory of Stephen C. Pepper.

Teaching pedegogy related to interdisciplinary and integrated learning as conducted by the Green Learning Community at UNE

Selected Publications

Submitted a Column to “The Economists’ Voice” - Berkeley Electronic Press entitled “The 2008 Financial Collapse and Macroeconomics”. February 2009.

“Economics and Global Warming: Penny Wise But Pound Foolish” published in the Proceedings of the Midwest Business Administration Association (MBAA) International annual conference, March 2009.

"Creating Sustainability Within Our Midst. (2008) Edited by Robert L. Chapman. “Pluralism and Ecological Economics” pp. 117 – 135. Pace University Press, New York. Article part of a compilation accepted for publication in the Conference Proceedings of the Biennial Conference of the United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) held at Pace University, New York City June 23-27, 2007.

Ecological Economics, Business, and Problem Solving: A Path Toward Action” published in the Proceedings of the Midwest Business Administration Association (MBAA) International annual conference, March 2007.

Student Opportunities: Yes