Professor Denise Stanley
office: SGMH 3339
phone: (657) 278-7498
Office Hours: Tuesday,
Thursday 11:30-12:45 ; Wednesday 12-1
Semester: Fall 2013
Denise Stanley holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural
and Natural Resource Economics from the
She is currently employed as a Professor of Economics at California State University-Fullerton (CSUF), with a specialty in economic development and applied microeconomics. She regularly teaches Managerial Economics, the Economics of Latin America, and other undergraduate classes related to global economic issues. She has taught other lower-division undergraduate classes and graduate classes such as Benefit-Cost Analysis. She is a co-Principal Investigator on research examining the impacts of financial literacy training on educational outcomes. In 2007 she was the recipient of a Fulbright Research and Lecturing Award (Honduras). Her current research focuses on the causes of international migration from Central America and its impact on sending communities, the potential of non-timber forest products for sustainable development, and how different teaching pedagogies and class size affect student learning.
Previous to her arrival at CSUF, she worked at the University of
Tennessee-Knoxville in the Department of Economics and the Madison Area
Technical College. She has undertaken internship, missionary, and
consulting assignments in the Dominican Republic, Ecuador and Central
America for a variety of foundations and non-governmental organizations.
She enjoys hiking with her family throughout the Southwest, playing
tennis, raising small animals, and international music.
She enjoys hiking with her family throughout the Southwest, playing tennis, raising small animals, and international music.
- Teaching AY 2013-2014
- Research Experience
- Educational Practices
Can Technology Improve Teaching and Learning
Wealth Distribution and Imperfect Factor Markets: A Classroom Experiment
Principles of Microeconomics
Strategies and Tips for Graduate Students
- Natural Resource-Based Activities
Is Non-Timber Forest Product Harvest Sustainable?
Public Perceptions on Public Goods
The Economic Impact of Mariculture on a Small Regional Economy
Efficiency in Equity Tradeoffs
Searching for Best Management Techniques
Labor Market Structure
Explaining Persistent Conflict Among Research Users
Demystifying the Tragedy of the Commons
Communal Forest Management
Environmental and Social Practices for Sustainable Mariculture
The Centerline Study
- Global Flows
Employment and Migration in a Central American Export Region
Use of Remittances in Honduras
Central American Migration
The Informal Financial Sector in the U.S.
The Unbanked Hispanic Community
Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade
A New Look at the Benefits of Diversification
Determinants of Intra-Industry Trade ii
Non-Traditional Agricultural Exports