Greg Goering

Dr. Greg Goering

Professor, Economics
Office 225F, Bunnell Building
907-474-5572
gegoering@alaska.edu

Education

1990 Ph.D. Purdue University, Economics

1988 MS Purdue University, Economics

1986 MS University of Alaska Fairbanks, Resource Economics

1984 BA University of Alaska Fairbanks, Economics

Recent Publications

Goering, G. (in press, 2013). The Profit-Maximizing Case for Corporate Social Responsibility in a Bilateral Monopoly.Managerial and Decision Economics.

Goering, G. (2012). Corporate Social Responsibility and Marketing Channel Coordination.Research in Economics/Ricerche Economiche, 66, 142-148.

Goering, G. & Sarangi, S. (2012). Durable Goods Produced by State Owned Enterprises Economic Modelling.Economic Modelling, 29, 893-899.

Goering, G. (2012). Taxation and Durable-Goods Monopoly: Does a current tax influence firm behavior?Review of Economics & Finance, 2 (3), 20-28.

Goering, G. (2011). Gun Buybacks and Firm Behavior: Do Buyback Programs Really Reduce the Number of Guns?Review of Economics & Finance, 31-42.

Goering, G. (2010). Corporate Social Responsibility, Durable-Goods and Firm Profitability.Managerial and Decision Economics, 31, 489-496.

Goering, G. (2010). Distribution Channel Decentralization and Strategic Durability Choice.International Journal of the Economics of Business, 17 (2), 167-186.

Goering, G. (2010). Durability Choice and the Piracy for Profit of Goods.Metroeconomica, 61 (2), 282-301.

Goering, G. & Pippenger, M. (2009). Exchange Rates and Concurrent Leasing and Selling in Durable-Goods Monopoly.Atlantic Economic Journal, 37, 187-196.

Goering, G. & Pippenger, M. (2009). Exchange Rates and Concurrent Leasing and Selling in Durable-Goods Monopoly.Atlantic Economic Journal, 37, 187-196.

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