Dr. Doug Reynolds

Dr. Doug Reynolds

Doug Reynolds

Professor, Business Administration Program
219C Bunnell Building
(907) 474-6531


Research and Scholarly Interests

Petroleum and Energy Economics in Regard to Production, Pipelines, Utilities, Alternatives, and World Markets, Ancient Civilization



Ph.D., 1994, Economics, University of New Mexico


Recent Publications

Afieroho, E., Patil, S., Dandekar, A., Perkins, R., & Reynolds, D. (2017). “From declared asset retirement obligations to a decommissioning cost estimate for onshore crude oil fields in Nigeria.” Journal of Environmental Management, 204(1), 207-220.

Reynolds, D. (2016). “Farm Labor Monopsony: Farm Business And The Child Hierarchical Model Of Fertility.” Journal of Business and Economics Research, 14(1), 19-32.

Reynolds, D. (2016). “Deep Knowledge: A Strategy for University Budgetary Cuts.” Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 9(4), 145-158.

Reynolds, D. (2016). Alaska Politics and Public Policy: The Dynamics of Beliefs, Institutions, Personalities and Power. In Clive S. Thomas (Ed.), Oil and Gas Issues and Policies: The Risks and Rewards of Being an Energy Producing State. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Press, 845-886.



Downhill and Cross-Country Skiing, Travel

Courses Taught

ECON 100, ECON 201, ECON 439