Doug Reynolds

Dr. Doug Reynolds

Professor, Economics
Office 219C, Bunnell Building
(907) 474-6531

Curriculum Vitae

Research and Scholarly Interests

Oil and Energy Economics
Natural Gas Pipeline Project costs
Energy History
Hubbert Curve Analysis


1994 Ph.D. Energy, Environmental and Resource Economics, University of New Mexico
1984 BA Mechanical Engineering, Colorado State University

Latest Peer Reviewed Publications and Books

Reynolds, Douglas B. (forthcoming). “Institutions and The Supply of Oil,” in Jennifer Considine, ed. Edward Elgar Handbook of Energy Politics Institutions and the Supply of Oil.

Reynolds, Douglas B. (forthcoming). “Deep Knowledge: A Strategy For University Budgetary Cuts,” Contemporary Issues in Education Research.

Reynolds, Douglas B. (2016). “Farm Labor Monopsony: Farm Business and The Child Hierarchical Model Of Fertility,” Journal of Business & Economics Research, Volume 14, Number 1, First Quarter, 2016, pp. 19-32.

Reynolds, Douglas B. (2016) Cold War Energy:  The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union, sole author self-published academic monograph, Alaska Chena, 120 pages.

Reynolds, Douglas B. (2016). “Chapter 24: Oil and Gas Issues and Policies: The Risks and Rewards of Being an Energy Producing State,” in Thomas, Clive S. Editor, with Laura Savatgy, Anthony T. Nakazawa and Kristina Klimovich, Alaska Politics and Public Policy: The Dynamics of Beliefs, Institutions, Personalities and Power.  University of Chicago Press and University of Alaska Press.

Please see the full curriculum vita for a more detailed and relevant guide to Dr. Douglas B. Reynolds’ publications.


Professor of Oil and Energy Economics, Alaska
Energy Consultant, Alaska
Assistant Professor Economics, Kazakstan
Mechanical Engineer,  New Mexico  

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